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Thor Industries Continues To Post Steep Loss In Afternoon Trading

Shares of Thor Industries (THO) continue to see substantial weakness in afternoon trading on Thursday after an early move to the downside. After hitting its lowest intraday level in a month, Thor is currently down by 13.2 percent.

The sell-off by Thor comes after the recreational vehicle maker reported fiscal fourth quarter earnings that came in below expectations.

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