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Subject: Hal Jan $32.5 calls Date: 4/2/2007 3:11 PM
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I was lookng at the Jan calls, I already am long HAL however I don't own that many shars and was looking to increase my stake with an option.

The Jan 32.5 call is only $3 which makes my breakeven point 35.5. Do people think is is risky what are the chances people think Hal will be under 35.5 by Jan. ( I know that options are by nature risky but 1 contract would be $300, I could only buy 8 or 9 shares with that) Seems like most anaylist have a target price of 40 for Hal (doese this take into account recent decrease in guidance recently released from company).

Your thoughts are apprecieated, also with the move to the middle east when will Hal begin to recognize the cost benifits from this move 2Q, 3Q ??

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