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Fleetwood stock declined today (March 1) to a new 52-week low, while five other RV industry-related firms saw their shares reach new 52-week highs.
Fleetwood shares slipped $1.28 a share in New York Stock Exchange trading to close at $8.70 today. However, earlier in the session, Fleetwood stock fell as low as $8.00, breaking its previous 52-week low of $8.10.
On Thursday (Feb. 28), Fleetwood reported that it lost $17 million during the three months ended Jan. 27 and that it would report another loss during its current quarter, which will end in late April.
Meanwhile, Coachmen, Drew, Spartan, Thor and Winnebago all set new 52-week highs today.
Coachmen stock gained $1.08 today to close at $18.98. It climbed as high as $19.00 earlier in the session, surpassing its previous 52-week high of $18.15.
Drew, supplier of Lippert towable RV chassis and Kinro doors and windows, gained 15 cents today to close at $14.60, a new 52-week high, surpassing the previous high water mark of $14.50.
Spartan, a supplier of diesel pusher chassis, gained 12 cents today to close at $8.83. Earlier in the session, its stock climbed as high as $9.00, surpassing its previous 52-week high of $8.79.
Thor stock closed down 7 cents today at $50.58, but earlier in the day, its shares traded for as much as $51.00, breaking its previous 52-week high of $50.85.
Winnebago also closed down 9 cents at $47.45. But earlier in today’s session, it climbed as high as $48.85, surpassing its previous 52-week high of $48.60.