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Investors in the RV market seemed to have voted against Coachmen’s rejection of Thor’s bid for a buyout of the Elkhart, Ind.-based RV maker, as both companies posted losses on Friday.

Coachmen’s stock price declined one point, or 6.3%, posting a closing price of 14 3/4, with a sizable 185,000 shares changing hands. Thor, meanwhile, dropped 1/4 to close at 26 1/4.

The biggest gain was posted by National RV Holdings, which enjoyed a 4.6% increase of of 9/16, with a closing price of 12 11/16.

In the overall market, the Dow Industrial Average rose 165 points, or 1.6%, while the Nasdaq composite gained 97 points, an increase of 2.6%.

Otherwise, RV stocks were mixed:

Fleetwood gained 1/16 to close at 15

Winnebago rose 3/16 to close at 16 3/4

Monaco was unchanged, finishing at 16.

Skyline slipped 5/16 to close at 20 3/16

SMC was unchanged, remaining at 3 7/8

Holiday RV Superstores dropped 15/32 to close at 3 29/32

Rexhall slipped 3/16, closing at 6 1/2

Kit was unchanged, closing at 7 3/16

Coast Distribution was unchanged at 2

Featherlite declined 1/8, closing at 4 1/16

Spartan slipped 3/16, closing at 4 3/8

Cummins rose 5/16, closing at 34 1/8