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Halliburton shines, new problems for Boeing, Tesla investigates fire

Here are the companies Yahoo Finance is watching today.

A strong quarter at Halliburton (HAL). The oil services company beat on earnings and revenue even though both slipped from a year ago. The CEO says the company experienced "pricing headwinds" throughout the quarter, but it believes the worst is behind it.

Boeing (BA) is facing new questions about quality issues involving one of its best-selling planes. The New York Times says Dreamliners being built at Boeing's South Carolina plant have been plagued by weak oversight and shoddy production. Boeing calls the report skewed and inaccurate.

It's a big day for Tesla (TSLA). The company is set to show off its newest driverless technology to investors. However, that comes as it investigates reports of a Model S catching fire while parked in Shanghai. Tesla says it's sending a team to China to look into what happened. It reports earnings on Wednesday.

Target (TGT) is trying to give parents a good deal! Starting today, the retailer will let customers trade in their child's car safety seat for a 20% off coupon toward a new car seat, stroller or baby gear. The coupon will be valid in stores or online through May 11th. The company has recycled about half a million seats since launching the program in 2016.

Beyond Meat announced the launch of its IPO today. The plant-based “meat” maker will offer 8,750,000 shares of common stock. The initial public offering price is expected to be between $19 to $21 dollars a share. The company is expected to raise up to $183.8 million for manufacturing facilities and R&D and be valued at $1.21 billion.