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    Here’s Why You Should Buy Halliburton

    Halliburton total revenues in FY13 were around $29.4 billion, the revenues were up around 3.2% YoY,

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    Yes you are right, but how much its segment contribute for the revenue growth?

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    The increase in the company’s overall revenues was largely attributable to a 6.5% increase in revenues from its Drilling and Evaluation segment, which generated $11.9 billion during the year.

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    Do you mean the revenues for Fy13?

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    Yes, and Completion and Production business, on the other hand, reported a modest 0.72% increase in revenues

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    What were the total sales of the company in FY13?

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    The total sales were around $17.5 billion for FY13

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    Halliburton’s drilling and Evaluation segment contributes 40.5% in total revenues of the company, and the Completion and Production segment contributes 59.5%.

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    Halliburton Company serves oil companies involved in the exploration and production (E&P) of crude oil and natural gas all over the world. The company is expected to grow in future; does it make it a buy stock?

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    Halliburton Company (HAL) is the second-largest oilfield services company in the world, because http://goo.gl/UV0sbZ

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