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(Updates from 11:46 a.m. ET with closing information.)
NEW YORK (
TheStreet) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to say on
CNBC's "Squawk On The Street" Friday:
Cramer said shares of
(EOG - Get Report) are rising on takeover chatter, with which he disagrees. EOG is an earnings play, he said, as it's the fastest-growing oil company in America. EOG shares closed up 1% Friday.
He was also bullish on
(WM - Get Report), saying construction is picking up after Hurricane Sandy, and Waste Management will benefit. WMT closed up 1%.
In the bearish camp, Cramer said
(COF - Get Report)
had a very tough quarter and conference call. Meanwhile, railroad
(CSX - Get Report)
continues to be dragged lower along with coal demand. Investors withdrew support from COF, pushing shares down 7.5%. CSX was unchanged.
Cramer was more upbeat on
(SLB - Get Report)
, a stock he owns for his charitable trust,
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, saying the company delivered a blowout quarter. SLB rose 4.3% Friday.
He was also positive on
(HLF - Get Report)
, noting that after the company's great results the hedge funds will likely start buying the stock again soon. HLF ended the day flat.
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