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Four of the six largest RV manufacturers saw big stock price gains on Wednesday despite the fact OPEC also announced it will lower output 5% beginning Feb. 1.

The big winners Wednesday were Fleetwood, Monaco, National RV and Thor.

Fleetwood stock soared 1 5/16, or 10%, to close at 14 1/2, and National RV’s stock climbed 1 1/8, or 10%, to close at 12 3/8.

Monaco gained 1 1/4, or 7%, to close at 20 5/16, and Thor climbed 1 5/16, or 6%, to close at 24 5/16.

Meanwhile, the Dow Jones Industrial Average slid 68 points, or 0.6%, but the Nasdaq composite gained 64 points, or 2.5%, on Wednesday, because several favorable earnings reports from technology stocks renewed interest in the beated-down sector.

Here is a round-up of the other RV company stock activity on Wednesday:

Winnebago declined 3/8 to close at 17 5/8

Coachmen was unchanged at 10 3/4

Skyline declined 13/16 to close at 20 1/2

SMC declined 1/16 to close at 2 5/16

Holiday RV Superstores was unchanged at 4 1/16

Rexhall declined 3/16 to close at 5 3/4

Kit declined was unchanged at 3 1/4

Coast Distribution was unchanged at 7/8

Featherlite declined 1/8 to close at 1 15/16

Spartan Motors gained 1/16 to close at 1 13/16

Starcraft was unchanged at 2