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For the second consecutive stock market trading day, shares of Drew Industries, Rexhall Industries and Skyline Corp. reached new 52-week highs.
Drew, parent of RV industry supplier firms Kinro and Lippert Components, saw its shares gain 29 cents today (May 1) to close at $15.55, a new 52-week high.
Drew’s previous 52-week was $15.45 a share, which it reached Tuesday (April 30).
Meanwhile, the stock of Rexhall, a motorhome manufacturer in Southern California, climbed as high as $9.70 today, surpassing its previous 52-week high of $9.40 established Tuesday.
Rexhall shares closed today at $9.45, up 5 cents.
Skyline, a builder of manufactured homes and towable RVs, saw its shares climb as high as $36.50 today, surpassing its previous 52-week high of $36.00 reached Tuesday.
Skyline stock closed today at $36.47, up 47 cents.
There were no news reports issue by either company to explain the recent increases in the market price of their shares.
Drew did report sharply higher first quarter operating earnings on April 23 and Rexhall will need to report its first quarter earnings before the middle of May.