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(Updates from 10:23 a.m. ET with closing information.)
NEW YORK (
TheStreet) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to say on
CNBC's "Squawk On The Street" Wednesday:
Jarden(JAH - Get Report) remains a great housewear stock, adding, "Wow, what a stock." He was also bullish on
Starbucks(SBUX - Get Report), saying the bottom for the coffee giant came during the company's analyst meeting earlier this month.
JAH ended trade Wednesday up 2.5% while SBUX was flat.
Cramer panned a recent upgrade of
Panera Bread(PNRA - Get Report), calling the recommendation "a little late" for a stock that's already run big. He was also upbeat on
Diamond Foods(DMND), the snack food maker that's been embroiled in accounting troubles. Cramer said after multiple guide downs, this company may finally be clean.
PNRA ended up 1% while DMND closed up 2.4%.
Finally, Cramer said that while the stock of
Dunkin Brands(DNKN - Get Report) appears to be stalled, the coffee bull market rages on. He was bearish on
Johnson Controls(JCI - Get Report), however, noting that this serial under-performer would make a good breakup candidate.
Shares of DNKN were 1% higher at the close while JCI was up 1.9%.
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