One of the S&P 500’s big winners for Friday November 21 was Halliburton Co. (HAL) as the company’s stock climbed 2.89% to $50.63 on volume of 31.22 million shares.
The stock opened at $50.3 and saw an intraday low of $49.80 and an intraday high of $51.13. All told, the day saw a per-share gain of $1.42. The stock’s average daily volume of 12.68 million and 847.46 million shares outstanding. Halliburton Co. now has a 50-day SMA is $56.90 and 200-day SMA is $62.08, and it has a 52-week high of $74.33 and a 52-week low of $47.6.
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.
Based out of Houston, TX, Halliburton Co. has 80000 employees and, after today’s trading, reached a market cap of $42.91 billion. The stock’s P/E Ratio is 12.4. Its P/S ratio is 1.31, P/B ratio is 2.77, and P/FCF ratio is 49.9.
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