Winnebago and National RV Holdings saw their stocks hit 52-weeks lows in New York Stock Exchange trading Monday.

Winnebago, which will report its earnings for the March-through-May period on Wednesday, lost 1/16 to close at 13 1/16.

Meanwhile, National RV declined 1/4 to close at 9 1/8.

The other four major RV manufacturers also have their stocks trading near their 52-week lows.

Fleetwood declined 7/16 on Monday to close at 15. Its 52-week low is 14.

Thor declined 1/16 Monday to close at 21 1/4. Its 52-week low is 21 1/8.

Coachmen declined 1/2 Monday to close at 12 1/8. Its 52-week low is 10 9/16.

Monaco gained 1/4 on Monday to close at 13 1/4, but it remained near its 52-week low of 12 7/8.

Trading volume in Monaco stock was a more-normal 67,000 shares on Monday. More than 500,000 shares of Monaco stock changed hands on two trading days last week.

On the broader market, both the Nasdaq composite and Dow Jones Industrial average declined as investors acted worried that high interest rates and fuel prices are slowing the economy.

The Nasdaq declined 107 points, or 2.8% on Monday, while the Dow fell 50 points, or 0.5%, on Monday.

Here is a round-up of other RV company stocks:
Skyline declined 1/8 to close at 21

SMC was unchanged at 3 3/4

Holiday RV Superstores declined 1/4 to close at 4 1/2

Rexhall was unchanged at 5 5/8

Kit declined 1/8 to close at 6 3/4

Coast Distribution declined 1/16 to close at 1 15/16

Featherlite gained 3/16 to close at 3 7/16

Spartan Motors gained 1/16 to close at 4 1/8

Starcraft declined 3/8 to close at 7 5/8