National RV and Skyline joined the list of RV manufacturers whose stock prices hit new 52-week highs today (June 29).
Meanwhile, Coachmen, Monaco, Thor and Winnebago established new 52-week highs for the third day in a row.
Monaco and Winnebago ended the second quarter on exceptionally upbeat notes.
Monaco stock gained $2.55 on today to close at $33.20, its high for the day and a new 52-week high.
Winnebago gained $1.12 on today to close at $30.75, also its high for the day and a new 52-week high.
Meanwhile, Thor stock climbed as high as $34.50 on today, its new 52-week high. However, profit taking apparently set in and Thor stock closed at $32.97, up 37 cents.
Coachmen traded as high as $13.45 today and it closed at $13.25, up 20 cents.
National RV established a new 52-week high of $15.10. Its stock price pulled back some in late trading to close today at $15.00, up 88 cents.
Skyline, the travel trailer and park model manufacturer that gets two-thirds of its revenue from building manufactured homes, set a new 52-week high today of $27.60. Its stock closed at $27.20, up $1.20.
For a complete wrap-up of RV company stock price activity, click on “RV Stocks” on RVBUSINESS.COM.