Halliburton hits bullseye on analysts' expectations

The US-based oil service corporation has grown both its revenue and profit in Q2.

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US oil service corporation Halliburton delivered precisely as expected in Q2 both in revenue and profit.

The top line grew by 23 percent to USD 6.11 billion, while profit landed at USD 558 million, corresponding to USD 0.58 per equity share, and both figures were completely in line with analysts' expectations, according to Bloomberg News.

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