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(Updates from 10:58 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:
Chart Industries(GTLS - Get Report) remains one of the best ways to play America's oil and gas boom. He was also bullish on
Gap Stores(GPS - Get Report), which told a great story when it last reported earnings. GTLS shares ended the week up 6.9% while GPS rose 2.9%.
In the negative camp, Cramer was bearish on
Wendy's(WEN - Get Report), which is fending off threats from a stronger
McDonald's(MCD). He also took viewers to watch out for FDA investigations into
Intuitive Surgical's(ISRG - Get Report) surgical robots. WEN fell Friday by 3.3% but ISRG was up 8.5%.
Even cloud computing and big data can't fight the negative headwinds of the market, said Cramer, as evidenced by weak shares of
Splunk(SPLK - Get Report). SPLK rose 7.9%.
Finally, Cramer said
OmniVision(OVTI) is lower on reports of slowing sales for
Apple(AAPL) devices. OVTI was down 11.7% Friday.
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