Winnebago’s stock price retreated somewhat today (Oct. 4) after posting a strong gain on Wednesday (Oct. 3).
Winnebago shares closed $1.28 a share lower today at $23.95, after climbing $3.38 a share on Wednesday.
The company’s stock price soared on Wednesday after the motorhome manufacturer reported sharply higher summer quarter earnings, beating Wall Street analysts’ forecasts.
Meanwhile, RV dealership chain Holiday RV Superstores Stores saw its stock price recover somewhat today. On Wednesday, its stock price fell $1.15 a share to close at $2.01, a new 52-week low.
However, today, Holiday RV Superstores’ stock gained 54 cents, or 26%, to close at $2.64.
Holiday RV Superstores, which does business as Recreation USA, did not issue any statements either Wednesday or today to explain the stock price volatility.