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(Updates from 11:06 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 a recent downgrade of
Terex(TEX - Get Report) makes sense as it does a lot of business in Europe. He was bullish on buying
Hess(HES - Get Report) below $70 a share and said he'd buy
Kimberly-Clark(KMB - Get Report) as its yield increases.
TEX ended trading down 2.3% to $31.11. HES was flat at $71.69 while KMB rose 1% to $99.31.
Cramer had move love for
Netflix(NFLX - Get Report), saying he's a believer in that company, as well with
Blackstone(BX - Get Report), the private equity firm with a lot of IPOs in the pipeline. NFLX fell 1.2% to $164.66 and BX was flat at $19.50.
Finally, Cramer said he even likes
Caterpillar(CAT - Get Report), but only below $79 a share. CAT closed unchanged at $84.60.
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