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RV stocks were mixed Tuesday as the Federal Reserve raised short-term interest rates by a half percentage point – an effort to prevent inflation by slowing the rapid pace of the U.S. economy.

Across the market, stocks initially dropped following the rate hike announcement. However, prices eventually climbed back up – a sign that investors had regained confidence that the fed would be vigilant in controlling inflation, according to market analysts.

In the RV sector, a number of key stocks posted gains. Leading the pack for the second day was Fleetwood, which climbed 3/8, or 2.5%, to close at 15 3/8.

In the broader market, the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 126.79 points, or 1.17%, to close at 10934.57. The Nasdaq Composite rose 109.92 points, or 3.05%, closing at 3717.57.

In other RV stocks:

Winnebago dropped 1.9 to close at 16 1/6.

Thor fell 1/2 to close at 24 7/16

Coachmen rose 1/16 to close at 14

Monaco remained unchanged at 16

National RV Holdings rose 1/16 to close at 12 5/16

Skyline fell 1/8 to close at 20 1/4

SMC remained unchanged at 4 1/8

Holiday RV Superstores rose 1/16 to close at 4 3/4

Rexhall rose 3/32 to close at 6 3/32

Kit slipped 1/16 to close at 6 7/8

Coast Distribution remained unchanged at 2

Featherlight rose 3/16 to close at 3 13/16

Spartan climbed 1/16 to close at 4 1/8

Cummins rose 1/4 to close at 34 7/16

Patrick slipped 1/4 to close at 6 1/2

Starcraft climbed 1/8 to close at 8