Halliburton surprises with strong quarterly report

The North American home market has helped along the oil services company to increase its revenue by one sixth compared with the first quarter.

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The US oil services company Halliburton, whose activities span over 70 countries, has released a quarterly financial statement for the second quarter which provides positive reading for its investors.

Halliburton has delivered above expectations in both sales and operations. In April, May and June the oil services company booked USD 4.96 billion in revenue, USD 100 million more than analysts expected from Bloomberg.

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