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Uncertainty over the timeline and execution of the United Kingdom's exit from the European Union left markets rattled.
Wall Street was a bit quieter than normal as traders escaped the office early for the long Independence Day weekend.
Gold prices extended their month-long rally heading into the Fourth of July weekend.
Harley Davidson is losing traction, or so think the analysts at Goldman Sachs.
U.S. stocks held highs ahead of a speech from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen.
Financial engineering such as stock buybacks aren't the best buy for companies.
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Harley-Davidson's impressive first-quarter earnings beat was somewhat overshadowed by continued sluggishness in the U.S.
Auto loans are seeing the same type of reckless consumerism that triggered the Great Recession.
Goldman Sachs posts a somewhat of a surprise earnings miss while Harley-Davidson posts a surprise beat. Meanwhile, Yahoo! courts suitors.
The Dow and S&P 500 sported modest gains tied to a rebound in crude near the $41-a-barrel level on Tuesday.
Jim Cramer says when it comes to apparel stocks, he would be cautious with Under Armour and Nike, but he'd be less cautious with Lululemon.
Don't take a ride on Harley Davidson shares, says Jim Cramer.
The motorcycle maker seems poised for a turnaround, while the industrial giant takes on more of a technology flair.
Many of the problems at the motorcycle maker are in its rear-view mirror and it's ready to cruise ahead.
Rough start to 2016 should be seen as just a temporary pullback.
2016 is already off to a good start for the storied motorcycle manufacturer.
The worst appears behind the motorcycle maker and it should do more than spin its wheels in 2016.