10/19, 4:42 AM (Source: TeleTrader)
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Harley-Davidson fixes LiveWire e-motorbike glitch

The production and shipments of Harley-Davidson Inc.'s first electric motorcycle is continued after a week-long break caused by a fault in the charging system. The vehicle manufacturer revealed there was only one case with the problem but it didn't offer details about it.

The company based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, said buyers can plug LiveWire's battery to power both at home and at service facilities with advanced properties. The earlier warning against charging was for regular outlets. The e-motorbikes sell for $30,000, according to the suggested price.

Harley's shares reached a five-week high at $37.01 in intraday trading and tested the highest level since early May. They closed at $36.57 or 7.18% higher for the year compared to the growth in the benchmark S&P 500 index of 19.12% since December 31.

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