UPDATE 1-Winnebago profit up but shares tumble


(Recasts first sentence, adds analyst comments, share activity) FOREST CITY, Iowa, Dec 18 (Reuters) - Winnebago Industries Inc. reported higher quarterly earnings on Wednesday as low interest rates boosted demand for its signature motor homes, but a declining order backlog sent its shares tumbling more than 8 percent. The No. 1 seller of motor homes in North America said it reduced its backlog of orders in the latest quarter after running nine months of overtime at its factories to meet ...

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