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Updates from 10:14 a.m. ET to include closing information.)
NEW YORK (
TheStreet) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to say on
CNBC's "Squawk On The Street" Friday:
Brown-Forman(BFB) is a very well-run company and he wouldn't bet against it. Meanwhile, investors are fleeing
VeriSign(VRSN - Get Report) after the Commerce Department limited its ability to raise domain name prices.
Brown-Forman shares were flat while VeriSign collapsed by 13% at the Friday close.
Cramer was bullish on both
Allergan(AGN - Get Report) and
Merck(MRK - Get Report), calling Allergan a great growth business and adding that "no one ever got hurt owning Merck."
Allergan stock closed flat while Merck's was down nearly 1%.
Finally, Cramer was bearish on
Netflix(NFLX - Get Report) on the news the company may face increased competition in Latin America, but he was more upbeat on
Cracker Barrel(CBRL - Get Report), saying that while the company issued glooming guidance it's been a terrific stock to own.
Shares of Netflix and Cracker Barrel also closed nearly flat Friday.
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