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High-end motorcycle maker Harley-Davidson says it will take whatever actions are necessary to make sure it's returning a fair dividend to its shareholders.
CEO Keith Wendell tells BNN the company has already increased its dividend a couple times in the last year and bought back shares.
"Our shareholders are pretty much split on whether they'd like to see us do share buybacks or a dividend increase," he says.
Harley-Davidson expects to ship up to a quarter of a million units this year. Wendell says the company -- which he believes is a lagging indicator going into recessions and a leading one exiting them -- has had five straight quarters of increasing sales.
"We have felt fairly good about the momentum that we've had," Wendell says.