Harley-Davidson To Continue To Benefit From Supply Disruption At Japanese Competitors

At least, it’s the advice of several Wall Street analysts. Harley’s two largest competitors in heavyweight motorcycles, Honda and Yamaha, still try to resolve important supply chain disruptions resulting from the tragic Japanese tsunami. In addition, Financing and overall demand seems to continue to improve and US dealers seems to be encouraged by higher prices paid for used motorcycles, which could help the sales of new motorcycles and add to higher profits. The prices are being driven by slower shipments of bikes from Japan, increased availability of. The stock closed Tuesday June 28, 2011 at $39.10 with Harley-Davidson earnings report for the second quarter 2011 due on July 19.

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