TOKYO, June 25 (Reuters) - Japan's Honda Motor Co. has denied it is looking to buy Harley-Davidson Inc. , rumours of which had sent the U.S. motorcycle maker's shares surging in New York on Friday. "There's absolutely no truth to it," Honda spokeswoman Makiko Yoshida said in Tokyo on Monday. Despite scepticism from analysts and market participants, Harley-Davidson shares and options surged, with 58,535 options changing hands on Friday -- more than 14 times the daily average, according to ...
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