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NEW YORK (
TheStreet) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to say on
CNBC's "Squawk On The Street" Thursday:
As analysts raise targets on
Monsanto(MON - Get Report), shares are rising to where they should have traded yesterday. He is bullish on
Facebook(FB - Get Report), a stock Cramer owns for his charitable trust,
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, saying the company's new smartphone experience will matter, but not overnight.
MON closed up 1.2% at $105.74 while FB rose 3.1% to $27.07.
Cramer said he hasn't seen any slowing trends at
Pepsico(PEP - Get Report), but he is worried that
New York Community Bank(NYCB - Get Report) may cut its dividend. PEP was up 1 at $79.53 but NYCB was flat at $13.61.
Finally, Cramer said
Norfolk Southern(NSC - Get Report) is an interesting story because this railroad carries both coal and grain. He is also concerned
Alcoa(AA - Get Report) may see its debt downgraded. NSC ended the day down 1.7% to $73.86 and AA fell 1% to $8.22;
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