|Bid||33.69 x 800|
|Ask||34.99 x 900|
|Day's Range||34.01 - 34.62|
|52 Week Range||30.17 - 41.40|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||1.19|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||12.82|
|Earnings Date||Apr 20, 2020 - Apr 26, 2020|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.50 (4.34%)|
|Ex-Dividend Date||Dec 12, 2019|
|1y Target Est||36.25|
Over the past year or so, Tuscany Motor Company, a subsidiary of off-road shock absorber producer Fox Factory, has been rolling out flashy custom pickup trucks themed around Harley-Davidson motorcycles. In fact, Tuscany has already done some Ford F-150s. Later followed the GMC Sierra, and now Tuscany is back to Ford with the 2020 Ford F-250 Super Duty Harley-Davidson model.
After a resurgence last year in a ranking of the U.S. customers' emotional connection with U.S. brands, Milwaukee-based Harley-Davidson Inc. saw a sharp reversal in 2020.
NEW DELHI/WASHINGTON, Feb 13 (Reuters) - India has offered to partially open up its poultry and dairy markets to win a limited trade deal during U.S. President Donald Trump's first official visit to the country this month, people familiar with the protracted talks say. India, the world's largest milk-producing nation, has traditionally restricted dairy imports to protect the livelihoods of 80 million rural households involved in the industry. In 2019, Trump suspended India's special trade designation that dated back to 1970s, after Modi put price caps on medical devices, such as cardiac stents and knee implants, and introduced new data localization requirements and e-commerce restrictions.
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The vintage motorcycle brand of Polaris Inc. is rolling out a new marketing campaign during which motorcyclists will be allowed to test ride the Indian Challenger and a Harley-Davidson Road Glide Special one after the other.
Indian Motorcycle Co. over the weekend officially made a street-ready version of its winning flat track racer available across North America, continuing the vintage motorcycle brand’s effort to continue its growth by broadening its appeal.
Consecutive quarters of declining sales and lower revenue have plagued the Milwaukee-based motorcycle manufacturer Harley-Davison Inc., and 2020, according to its president and CEO Matt Levatich is going to be a pivotal year for the 117-year-old company.
For 117 years Harley-Davidson Inc. has led the market in motorcycles. The Milwaukee manufacturer claimed a 50.4% of the U.S. market share for 601+cc motorcycles and a 49.1% share throughout 2019.
Indian Motorcycle is rolling out a new challenger to Harley-Davidson's dominant U.S. market in the heavy touring bike category with the reintroduction of the Roadmaster Elite for 2020.
Harley-Davidson Motor Co. is adding another touring motorcycle to its line of limited-production, premium motorcycles from the Harley-Davidson Custom Vehicle Operations Program.
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Shares of Harley-Davidson Inc. rose 1.0% in afternoon trading, to bounce off the previous session's 3 1/2-month closing low, after KeyBanc analyst Brett Andress said it was time to "take profits" on his bearish call on the motorcycle maker. Harley reported Tuesday fourth-quarter profit and revenue that missed expectations, and provided a downbeat first-quarter revenue outlook; the stock tumbled as much as 6.9% intraday Tuesday before bouncing to close down just 3.0%. "While we believe HOG's ongoing challenges are unlikely to abate [near term], we view [Tuesday's] price action as more indicative of sentiment bottoming as estimates gravitate lower," Andress wrote in a note to clients. He raised his rating to sector weight, after being at underweight since Nov. 4, 2019. "With the stock -14% since our downgrade vs. the S&P up 7%, we upgrade to SW from UW, on the belief that the next led of downside will likely be harder to achieve in the NT against increasingly reset expectations." The stock has now lost 1.8% over the past 12 months, while the S&P 500 has gained 25%.
KeyBanc Capital Markets says most investors now realize how tough the road will be for the maker of motorcycles.
The stock market came under pressure on Friday afternoon and was slugged on Monday, as the S&P 500 fell 1.57%. On Tuesday though, the bulls were back in action, with investors enjoying a rally in the stock market today.The S&P 500 gained 1.01%, a day after we said both bulls and bears failed to gain momentum in the session.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsThe market has two main catalysts right now -- those being earnings and the coronavirus. Despite United Airlines (NYSE:UAL) saying it would limit flights to China and the country updating its death and infected list, equities were resilient in the stock market today.That's also despite disappointing quarterly results from companies like 3M Co (NYSE:MMM) and Pfizer (NYSE:PFE). Pfizer missed on earnings and revenue estimates, while 3M beat on non-GAAP earnings, but missed on sales. 3M also announced 1,500 layoffs and took a $134 million restructuring charge.Here's what the charts for both stocks look like now.Harley-Davidson (NYSE:HOG) also slipped on Tuesday, falling about 3% after the company missed on earnings and revenue estimates. Gross margins fell year-over-year and missed estimates, while retail sales dropped 3.1% in the U.S. Given all that, shares certainly could have done worse. * 10 Stocks to Buy for Your Income-Generating Portfolio After the close is littered with big-name reports, and Wednesday has plenty too. A few of tomorrow's big ones include Boeing (NYSE:BA), General Electric (NYSE:GE), McDonald's (NYSE:MCD) and AT&T (NYSE:T) in the morning. Facebook (NASDAQ:FB), Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) and Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) report after the close on Wednesday. Movers in the Stock Market TodayBorgWarner (NYSE:BWA) slipped 7.6% in the stock market today, after announcing a takeover of Delphi Technologies (NYSE:DLPH). The all-stock deal comes out to a $3.3 billion transaction, sending DLPH shares up about 60% on the day. BWA made the deal to help further its future products in the auto market, and expects the deal to be meaningfully accretive in its second full year.Old faithful not so faithful anymore? Exxon Mobil (NYSE:XOM) not only hit one-year lows, but is approaching its lowest levels since 2010 (on a dividend-unadjusted basis). Oil and the energy sector have struggled, as oil prices remain capped by a waiting supply line in U.S.-produced oil. Even though Exxon has been spending, it hasn't generated the income needed, and may need to do an asset writedown like Chevron (NYSE:CVX).Following the tragic helicopter accident on Sunday that claimed nine lives, including basketball star Kobe Bryant and his 13-year-old daughter, Nike (NYSE:NKE) is trying to juggle its online store. Early reports suggested that Nike pulled its Kobe shoes, but other reports have said Nike is already sold out. For now, the company no longer has any Kobe-related gear available and instead has a post honoring him.As for a few analyst moves, Uber (NYSE:UBER) was making waves in the stock market today. The stock was initiated with a "buy" rating at UBS, with analysts assigning a $56 price target on the stock. Shares rallied about 2% in response, with the price target still implying more than 50% upside.Twilio (NYSE:TWLO) finished notably off its session high, but still climbed 1.8% after receiving a new overweight rating and $155 price target from Wells Fargo.Wells Fargo also initiated Slack (NYSE:WORK) with an "overweight" rating. They also assigned a $30 price target, implying over 42% upside even after the stock's near-5% rally on Tuesday.Bret Kenwell is the manager and author of Future Blue Chips and is on Twitter @BretKenwell. As of this writing, Bret Kenwell is long T and TWLO. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 10 Stocks to Buy for Your Income-Generating Portfolio * 3 Busted IPOs That Could See a Rebound in 2020 * 3 Telecom Stocks to Watch Before Earnings The post Stock Market Today: Earnings Season Gets Intense; Buy Uber? appeared first on InvestorPlace.
After announcing a partnership with Qianjiang Motorcycle Co. Ltd., in June of 2019, Harley-Davidson Inc. will move forward with its smallest bike to debut in the Asian marketplace later this year, motorsports publications report.
In 2019, the U.S. Harley-Davidson ridership pool totaled 3.1 million riders, with 527,000 riders joining in 2019 that resulted in — after factoring in riders leaving the brand — 55,000 net new riders year-over-year, the company said Tuesday.
Though Harley-Davidson Inc. continues to face motorcycle sales declines, the company reported Tuesday that the rate of declines continues to temper. The company’s year-over-year sales rate of decline was the lowest in 12 quarters, and full-year 2019 retail sales rate was the lowest since 2016.
(Bloomberg) -- Harley-Davidson Inc. capped its fifth straight annual U.S. sales decline with quarterly profit and revenue that missed estimates.Motorcycle revenue and shipments fell more than expected, adding urgency to Chief Executive Officer Matt Levatich’s effort to expand the Milwaukee-based manufacturer’s sales overseas. While Asia Pacific was the sole region to show an annual sales increase, deliveries continued to shrink in Harley’s largest market as it struggles to draw new and younger U.S. riders.Retail sales at home have risen only once in the last 21 quarters, and that happened more than three years ago. Harley is investing in new products like electric motorcycles and middle-weight models to counter that trend, but that’s adding pressure on margins for now. It’s also making cheaper, lighter bikes to tap into demand in emerging markets in an effort to get half of its revenue from outside the U.S. by 2027.Adjusted earnings rose to 20 cents a share in the quarter, the company said in a statement Tuesday, missing analysts’ average estimate for 25 cents. Its shares fell as much as 6.9% before paring declines, falling 2.4% to $34 at 9:50 a.m. in New York.Operating income for Harley’s financial services segment fell due to higher provisions for loan losses, Chief Financial Officer John Olin told investors. International sales rose 0.5% in the quarter but were down 3% for the year.Harley doesn’t expect to see significant revenue growth or margin expansion until 2021. It’s launching middleweight models and children’s e-bikes late this year. LiveWire, the company’s first all-electric motorcycle, began shipping to dealers in September.“Our return to growth is not in the distance -- it’s right around the corner, and 2020 is our pivotal year,” Levatich told investors on an earnings call.Earlier this month, Harley said it’s planning to give long-term shareholders the power to directly nominate board members, a move that could give investors more influence.The iconic motorcycle maker has also had to contend with added costs from U.S. President Donald Trump’s trade war. The company built a new factory in Thailand in 2019 that allows it to sidestep tariffs imposed by the European Union in response to U.S. steel tariffs.(Updates with CEO comment and CFO comments from earnings call.)To contact the reporter on this story: Gabrielle Coppola in New York at email@example.comTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Craig Trudell at firstname.lastname@example.org, Kevin MillerFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.
Stock in the motorcycle company fell 6% in premarket trading. Quarterly revenue from Harley’s motorcycle business was 6% lower than Wall Street expected.
Markets across the world stabilized as the head of the World Health Organisation (WHO) said he was confident in China's ability to contain the virus outbreak, which has killed 106 people, prompted businesses to close operations and curbed travel.