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NEW YORK (
TheStreet) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to say on
CNBC's "Squawk On The Street" Wednesday:
Walgreen(WAG) is back and he continues to like the stock. He also told viewers they shouldn't sell shares of
Zoetis(ZTS - Get Report), and he remains a fan of
Tupperware(TUP - Get Report).
Shares of WAG rose 4.2% Wednesday to $42.78 and ZTS was up 1% to $34. TUP was up 1% to $77.98.
Also in the plus camp,
Texas Instruments(TXN - Get Report), a cheap stock by Cramer's metrics, and also
Bed Bath & Beyond(BBBY - Get Report), which Cramer said continues to be a possible private equity target. TXN fell 1% to $35.29 and BBY was down 2.3% to $59.90.
Finally, Cramer reiterated his buy recommendation on
Wyndham Resorts(WYN - Get Report) after interviewing the company's chairman on "Mad Money" last night and learning the company remains committed to increasing dividends and stock buybacks. WYN ended the day up 1% to $62.70.
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