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Harley-Davidson shares leap 5.3% premarket as earnings blow previous estimates 


Harley-Davidson Inc. shares
HOG,
-0.15%

rose 5.3% in premarket commerce Monday, after the long-lasting motorbike maker blew previous estimates for its first-quarter earnings. The corporate posted a internet revenue of $259 million, or $1.68 a share, within the quarter, up from $70 million, or 45 cents a share, within the year-earlier interval. Adjusted per-share earnings additionally got here to $1.68, forward of the 90 cents FactSet consensus. Income rose to $1.423 billion from $1.298 billion a 12 months in the past, additionally forward of the $1.258 billion FactSet consensus. Chief Govt Jochen Zeitz mentioned the corporate’s efforts to reshape its enterprise with a five-year Hardwire technique was having a constructive influence on earnings, particularly in its key North American market. Bike gross sales rose 30% in that area within the quarter, however had been down 36% in EMEA, up 1% in Asia Pacific and down 59% in Latin America. That yielded a 9% rose in world retail motorbike gross sales. Gross sales in EMEA had been harm by COVID lockdowns, whereas in Latin America, gross sales had been harm by the discount in sellers and pricing actions. The corporate raised its 2021 steering and now expects motorbike revenues development of 30% to 35%, up from prior steering of 20% to 25%. Shares have gained 10% within the 12 months thus far, slightly below the S&P 500’s 11.4% acquire.



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