The stocks of Winnebago, Thor and Spartan all reached new 52-week highs on Monday (Dec. 3).
Winnebago stock reached a new 52-week high for the second consecutive trading day. On Monday, Winnebago stock closed at $34.75 a share, up $1.05. However, earlier in the day, Winnebago stock traded for as much as $35.35.
Thor stock has set new 52-week highs on several occasions since the announcement of its merger plan with Keystone RV Co. on Oct. 31.
Thor’s acquisition of Keystone was completed last month.
On Monday, Thor stock reached a new 52-week high of $38.24 before closing at $38.10, up 10 cents for the day.
Spartan, a supplier of diesel pusher chassis to motorhome manufacturers, saw its stock reach a new 52-week high of $6.20 a share on Monday. Spartan stock closed at $6.16 a share, up 36 cents Monday.
One RV firm that saw its stock price head in the opposite direction Monday was Skyline. After reaching a new 52-week high of $30.40 on Friday (Nov. 30), Skyline stock declined $1.30 on Monday to close at $29.10.