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NEW YORK (
TheStreet) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to say on
CNBC's "Squawk On The Street" Wednesday:
Cramer said stocks such as
Express Scripts(ESRX - Get Report) are exactly the kinds of stocks that work in this environment. He was also upbeat on
United Rentals(URI - Get Report), saying that the company is doing well. ESRX ended trading Wednesday down 1.1% to $55.60 while URI fell 1.4% to $51.46.
Cramer was critical of the analysts who downgraded
Bed Bath & Beyond(BBBY - Get Report) at the bottom, as that stock has done nothing but climb since the downgrades came out. He also continued to like
Johnson & Johnson(JNJ - Get Report), saying that the company can do no wrong. BBBY rose 1% to $66.40 and JNJ was up 1% to $83.90.
Finally, Cramer said that while
Workday(WDAY - Get Report) shares are expensive, they still continue to ramp higher as investors clamor for software as a service stocks. He also said he's not betting against
Target(TGT - Get Report), a stock that's only down 11 cents since missing its earnings. WDAY fell 1.7% to $58.99 but TGT rose 1% to $68.76.
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