Harley-Davidson, Inc. (NYSE: HOG) the superbike maker reported fourth-quarter results for 2020.
The revenue decreased by 32% at $725 million compared to previous year.
The company suffered a net loss of $96 million compared to the previous year’s profit of $13 million.
The loss per share was 0.63 and the adjusted loss per share was $0.44.
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