Milwaukee-based Harley-Davidson is watching its stock price move higher after the European Union announced it’s easing out of a trade dispute that started during the Trump administration. The Union had bumped up its tariffs on steel and aluminum. After the weekend announcement, shares of the motorcycle maker’s stock jumped more than nine percent before Wall Street opened Monday morning. The U-S had imposed a 25-percent tariff on steel and 10 percent tariff on aluminum three years ago – citing national security. Motorcycles were among the American goods impacted when Europe retaliated through the World Trade Organization.

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