Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Winnebago Shares Rise With Demand At RV Show

Shares of Winnebago Industries Inc. (WGO) jumped Tuesday as an analyst said it appears the worst is behind the recreational-vehicle industry.

Thompson Research Group analyst Kathryn Thompson said in a note that attendance at the 2010 Florida RV Super Show in Tampa over the weekend--one of the most important shows in gauging retail demand--surpassed 50,000 for the first time ever. She said there was a meaningful positive difference in dealer sentiment, and it was obvious consumers were willing and able to buy RVs, with sales expected to increase 150% from a year ago.

"We have been speaking about an inflection point for the last several months, and this show not only supports that thesis but also appears to signal the industry is in recovery mode," Thompson said.

In addition, Thompson said inventory remains at historically low levels and used RV prices rose 1% in December following months of declines. Also, financing trends are showing big improvement, she said.

Sheila Davis, Winnebago public relations and investor relations manager, said the company hasn't released any news, and stock movement is likely related to the general improving health of the industry.
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