Oil prices -- and a few other issues -- weighed on the shares of oil-field service and equipment companies last month.
News & Analysis: Halliburton
The stock market was mixed on Wednesday morning.
Management is shifting its capital spending policy after another challenging quarter for hydraulic fracturing.
HAL earnings call for the period ending March 31, 2019.
Nabors Industries led the way, making Halliburton's 18% rise look measly.
The oil services provider's earnings result wasn't its best showing, but murmurs from the shale patch suggested even poorer results.
HAL earnings call for the period ending December 31, 2018.
North America's leader in oil services for shale drilling had quite the up-and-down year. Can we expect more of the same?
Low oil prices could spook Halliburton's customers into reducing their capital expenditures in 2019.
Based on conversations with clients, Halliburton's CEO thinks that 2019 will be another incredible year for oil and gas in North America