BANGALORE, INDIA/CHICAGO – Harley-Davidson Inc. stuck with a cautious outlook for 2019 on Tuesday that indicated its struggles with long-term competitive problems even as President Trump changed tune on the company, promising to stand up for it in global trade talks.
Shares in the Milwaukee-based firm, buffeted by Trump’s rows with Europe and China over tariffs, surged as much as 4 percent after the president called the European Union’s treatment of the company “unfair” and vowed to reciprocate.
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