Stocks KBR Inc

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  • Halliburton, the second-largest U.S. oilfield services company, said on Tuesday its offer to exchange its shares for KBR stock was oversubscribed, with about 211 million shares tendered.

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    Dubai is again the flashpoint of a patriotism-versus-globalism debate. This time, it's not about a foreign firm encroaching on U.S. shores, but an American company shifting its headquarters to the emirate. And when the firm is oilfield-services provider Halliburton, everyone has an opinion.

  • Halliburton reported higher fourth-quarter profit before special items on Friday, just above analysts' estimates, as high energy prices stoked global demand for its oilfield services.