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Harley-Davidson ‘s stock jumped 7.8% after the announcement of the quarterly results on April 22, underscoring the solid performance of the company’s motorcycle division. Despite disruptive cold weather conditions in the U.S., motorcycle revenues rose over 13% year-on-year to $1.3 billion through March. This growth was mainly fueled by stabilizing European markets, rising sales in emerging markets, and increasing outreach customer demand in the domestic market.

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