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Global contract oil and gas services firm Halliburton
With its new focus serving independent oil and gas companies, Halliburton is landing many new contracts for its services in developing nations eager to tap precious reserves and profit from high-priced oil. After spinning out its politically maligned construction services business into KBR
Many CAPS investors see macroeconomic factors pushing Halliburton higher, though. With global demand for energy still looking bright, oil prices now topping $110 a barrel have investors seeing profits up and down the petroleum value chain, from companies like ExxonMobil
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Fool contributor Dave Mock recently downgraded his psychic abilities from Hold to Underperform. He owns shares of Exxon Mobil and is the author of The Qualcomm Equation. Petrobras is an Income Investor recommendation. The Fool's disclosure policy wastes not, wants not.