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NEW YORK (
TheStreet) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to say on
CNBC's "Squawk On The Street" Friday:
Cramer said customers aren't buying a lot of
(CAT - Get Report) equipment and the outlook looks weak. He's not sure how an analyst could take
(ADSK - Get Report) from a sell rating directly to a buy, so he wants to find out what's going on with the company. CAT closed Friday down 1.1% but ADSK rose 3.7%.
(MKC - Get Report) is seeing weaker sales but expects
(F - Get Report) to see stronger than expected sales. MKC fell 1% and Ford was off 1.4%.
He was down on
(SKUL - Get Report)
, saying the company has nothing proprietary, but was bullish on
(KORS - Get Report)
, which is taking share from the likes of
. SKUL traded down 1.3% but KORS was on investors' shopping lists and ended 2.4% higher at the close.
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