July 5, 2016 - 12:53 PM EDT
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Halliburton Company (HAL) Falls 4.46% for July 05

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Halliburton Company is a Offers products and services to energy industry

Last Price $ 43.53 Last Trade Jul/05 - 16:00
Change $ -2.03 Change Percent -4.46 %
Open $ 44.74 Prev Close $ 45.56
High $ 44.85 low $ 42.92
52 Week High $ 46.69 52 Week Low $ 27.64
Market Cap 37,403,805,842 PE Ratio 2.87
Volume 12,372,380 Exchange NYE

HAL - Market Data & News

HAL - Stock Valuation Report

One of the S&P 500’s big losers for Tuesday July 05 was Halliburton Company (HAL). The company’s stock fell 4.46% to $43.53 on volume of 12.28 million shares.

The stock opened the day at 44.74 and traded between a low of $42.92 and a high of $44.85. The stock finished the day down $2.03 per share. Halliburton Company has an average daily volume of 10.68 million and a total float of 859.27 million shares. The 50-day SMA for Halliburton Company is $42.22 and its 200-day SMA is $36.96. The high for the stock over the last 52 weeks is $46.69 and the low is $27.64.

Halliburton Co is a provider of services and products to the energy industry related to the exploration, development, and production of oil and natural gas.

Halliburton Company is centered in Houston, TX, and has 55,000 employees. Today’s trading day leaves the company with a market cap of $37.4 billion. The company has a P/S ratio of 2.63, P/B ratio of 2.87, and a -40.7.

For a complete fundamental analysis analysis of Halliburton Company, check out Equities.com’s Stock Valuation Analysis report for HAL. To see the latest independent stock recommendations from Equities.com’s analysts, visit our Research section.

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Source: Equities.com News (July 5, 2016 - 12:53 PM EDT)

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