By James Kelleher and Doris Frankel CHICAGO, June 22 (Reuters) - The shares and options of motorcycle maker Harley-Davidson Inc. surged on Friday amid speculation Honda Motor Co. Ltd. was looking to buy the U.S. motorcycle maker. A spokesman for Harley-Davidson declined to comment on the talk and a call requesting comment from the U.S. unit of Honda was not immediately returned. "We don't typically comment on market speculation or on day to day market activity," said Bob Klein, a ...
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