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(Updates from 11:07 a.m. ET with closing information.)
NEW YORK (
TheStreet) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to say on
CNBC's "Squawk On The Street" Tuesday:
Cramer said weakness in
Red Hat(RHT - Get Report) is bringing down shares of
Salesforce.com(CRM) and he'd be a buyer of Salesforce. He was also bullish on
Urban Outfitters(URBN - Get Report), a stock that missed numbers "but no one seems to care."
RHT shares fell 4.8% to close at $50.60 while URBN rose 1% to $41.81.
Cramer also had kind words for
Smithfield Food(SFD), another stock that investors are clamoring for, and
PVH Corp(PVH - Get Report), a company Cramer said is an expert at integrating its acquisitions for maximum gain. SFD was up 1.7% to $26.41 but PVH fell 2.4% to $118.01.
Things got a little more cautious when he mentioned
Google(GOOG - Get Report), however. Cramer said many are calling for the stock to reach infinity, and that's a difficult target to attain. He reserved judgment on
Heckmann(HEK), however, until after he talks to the company's CEO on "Mad Money" this evening. GOOG ended trading down 1% to $827.61 but HEK jumped 12% to $4.14.
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