May 2016, Vol. 243, No. 5

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Where Will Halliburton and Baker Hughes Go From Here?

Now that the merger between Halliburton (HAL) and Baker Hughes (BHI) is officially dead, it’s time for shareholders to begin thinking about what comes next for each firm. While HAL is taking a tough hit to its balance sheet with the enormous $3.5 billion break-up fee to BHI, that figure is actually chump change compared to the equity value that has been destroyed by the oil price swoon. Yet HAL is still standing, still the second largest oil services firm, and still a solid long-term company operating both in the U.S. and abroad. None of that has changed. Baker Hughes and Halliburton both have promising futures ahead. BHI in particular is the beneficiary of the $3.5 billion breakup fee whic

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