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originally posted by: soundguy
The signs are everywhere. The economy is about to seriously go south thanks to the dim bulb egomaniac and his sycophants at he helm. Of course the magats will willfully ignore the facts as they are immune to them. Personally I thought it would take 5-6 years for his policies to ruin the economy. Storm clouds gather on the horizon.
Does this sound like a person who is objective and has done his or her research? I think if you go back and look at my responses or posts I try to be balanced and I consider myself in the middle when it comes to party politics...can you say the same?
originally posted by: DAVID64
Obama Wins The Gold For Worst Economic Recovery Ever.
You mean that failed economy?
Even the sycophants at CNN couldn't put enough lipstick on that pig.
Yes, this is the slowest U.S. recovery since WWII
Analysts polled by Reuters, on average, expect the Milwaukee, Wisconsin-based company to report a profit of $1.34 per share, below the $1.48 per share reported in the corresponding period a year ago.
The earnings report comes a few weeks after Harley announced a plan to move production of motorcycles for the European Union from the United States to its overseas facilities to avoid the tariffs imposed by the trading bloc in retaliation for Trump’s duties on steel and aluminum imports.
To offset falling demand at home, Harley has been aiming to boost overseas motorcycle sales to 50 percent of annual volume from about 43 percent. With revenues from EU countries second only to the United States, the region is a key part of its growth strategy.
However, the decision to shift production overseas sparked an angry reaction from President Donald Trump, who threatened to impose higher taxes on the company and warned of a public backlash if Harley went ahead with the plan.
Trump, however, did not specify how he could target Harley-Davidson with higher taxes, and no action has been taken since he made the threat in late June.
Harley-Davidson shares have lost about 8 percent since early March when the rade skirmish between the United States and the EU started, and are down over 22 percent since end-December 2017.