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(Updates from 10:55 a.m. ET with closing information.)
NEW YORK (
TheStreet) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to say on
CNBC's "Squawk On The Street" Thursday:
Cramer said that he wouldn't sell
Salesforce.com(CRM - Get Report) on accounting worries. He was not as bullish on
Leap Wireless(LEAP), saying there is likely no takeover happening at that company. CRM shares ended Thursday up 1% but LEAP plummeted 6.8%.
Cramer was also bearish on
Columbia Sportswear(COLM - Get Report), because the winter has been too warm and now the company has inventory problems. He is likewise leery of
Corning(GLW - Get Report), saying the company's scratch-proof Gorilla Glass has been selling slowly. COLM fell 2.6% while GLW was off 1.8%.
Cramer ended on an upbeat note, however, recommending
ASML(ASML - Get Report), a company that reported bad numbers and still saw its stock rise, and
Hertz(HTZ - Get Report), noting that recent downgrades have been misplaced. Investors rewarded ASML by pushing shares up 7.1% while HTZ ended the day with a more modest 1.4% increase.
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