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The company expects to ship up to 222,000 motorcycles globally in 2019, the lowest number since 2010. Shares closed $1.85 lower at $34.76. The stock of the Milwaukee, Wisconsin-based company has fallen about 30 percent since the beginning of 2018. The motorbike maker said tariffs alone, including import duties imposed by the European Union on its motorcycles, would amount to between $100 million and $120 million in 2019 and contribute to a 6-percentage-point drop in operating margins in the first quarter of this year.

Operating margins in the fourth quarter declined 6.2 percentage points, in part due to the tariffs, Operating margins measure how much profit a company makes on a dollar of sales, The company will invest $15 million to expand the Thai facility in the city of Rayong, and shipments to Europe will begin by the end of 2019, The plant was originally intended to serve Southeast Asian and Chinese markets, The decision to shift production out of the United States for European markets was announced last summer after the EU slapped tariffs on U.S, imports in response to Trump’s duties on steel and aluminum imports from the logo engraved cufflinks trading bloc..

Trump had blasted Harley’s decision and publicly backed a boycott of the company. His comments have compounded financial troubles in the United States for the company, as its core customers grow older and outreach efforts to lure younger riders have yet to show results. A survey published last week by market research firm YouGov found that Trump’s attack led to an erosion in Harley’s brand impression among its core customers. Harley-Davidson reported an adjusted profit of 17 cents per share in the fourth quarter, lower than the 28 cents estimated by analysts polled by Refinitiv.

(Reuters) - Another government shutdown could inflict greater harm on the U.S, economy, especially it were to happen only three weeks after the end of the longest ever such closure, Moody’s Investors Service said on Tuesday, “If another shutdown occurs, there logo engraved cufflinks could be a more severe impact on the U.S, economy than during the recently ended shutdown,” the rating agency said in a statement, The recent shutdown began in late December after U.S, President Donald Trump refused to sign a bill to fund the government as he demanded $5.7 billion for building a wall along the border between the United States and Mexico..

Last Friday, Trump agreed to fund the government through Feb. 15 in a bid to reach an agreement on border security. He said he would be willing to shut down the government again if U.S. lawmakers do not deliver a deal he finds acceptable. The 35-day partial government shutdown affected some 800,000 federal employees who were furloughed or worked without pay. After the government reopened, these workers are expected to receive missed salaries, but federal contractors will not be compensated. The shutdown’s effects “have been concentrated with limited ramifications for the broader economy,” Moody’s said in a statement.

Still the shutdown was a “credit negative” on Moody’s top-notch Aaa credit rating on the United States, This caused the rating agency to assess Washington’s budget process as “less robust” than other Aaa-rated countries, The U.S, economy was expected to lose $3 billion from the partial government shutdown, the Congressional Budget Office logo engraved cufflinks said on Monday, If the government were to shut down again in less than three weeks, it would “complicate negotiations over the debt ceiling,” kindling worries about the Treasury delaying its debt payments, according to Moody’s..

(Reuters) - Wall Street was mixed on Tuesday, with Alphabet, Facebook and other technology-related shares dipping, while a rebound in 3M and other industrials elevated the Dow Jones Industrial Average. Apple Inc jumped 4 percent in extended trade after the iPhone maker posted quarterly results following its warning earlier this month that revenue would be less than previously expected due to softness in China, whose economy has been damaged by a trade war with the United States. Apple’s stock had fallen 1.04 percent during the trading session, and its rebound after the bell helped push S&P 500 futures up 0.2 percent, suggesting Wall Street could open in positive territory on Wednesday.

Interest rates were also in focus as the Federal Reserve began a logo engraved cufflinks two-day monetary policy meeting, After raising rates gradually last year, the central bank is taking a wait-and-see approach to further tightening in the face of an overseas slowdown and market volatility, The Fed is widely expected to leave rates unchanged on Wednesday, and investors will look to Friday’s January jobs report for clues about the pace of future inflation, “It’s a day of indecision, I don’t think anyone wants to make a big bet ahead of all that news,” Willie Delwiche, an investment strategist at Baird, said of corporate earnings, the Fed decision and the employment report..