As Chron.com reported,
Motorcycle maker Harley-Davidson Inc. on Monday said second-quarter profit grew 3 percent, helped by double-digit growth of international sales.
Earnings rose to $243.4 million, or 91 cents per share, for the three months ended June 25 compared to $237.4 million, or 84 cents per share, during the same period last year.
Revenue grew 3 percent to $1.38 billion from $1.33 billion last year.
Analysts predicted a profit of 91 cents on revenue of $1.36 billion, according to a poll by Thomson Financial of 19 analysts.
The company said U.S. retail motorcycle sales grew 8.1 percent, while international sales jumped 17.3 percent.
Worldwide, Harley-Davidson's dealer network sold 125,000 motorcycles during the quarter, a 10 percent rise over the prior-year period.
The shares are up over 1% so far in trading today.
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