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NEW YORK (
TheStreet) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to say on
CNBC's "Squawk On The Street" Thursday.
Advanced Micro Devices
(AMD - Get Report) was downgraded by Goldman Sachs. Although it has done well this year, Cramer agreed, stating, "I'm a sell." AMD ended down 12.6% to $3.83.
(DTV - Get Report) continues to outperform and Cramer likes it going forward along with other names in the group. "This business is on fire," he stated. DTV was off 1% to $64.72.
(SSYS - Get Report)
gets a downgrade from William Blair. "Finally, someone takes them down," Cramer added in agreement. SSYS fell 5% to $86.38.
(P - Get Report)
is seemingly unaffected by the new radio feature from
. "The company is doing well," according to Cramer. "I like the management," he added. P was off nearly 1% to $16.48.
(C - Get Report)
is the best emerging-markets player, according to Cramer. CEO Michael Corbat "is my hero," he added, regarding the management. C was 1.4% lower at $50.61.
(GS - Get Report)
is going to continue to do well and haul in huge profit margins on the heels of its derivatives business. "Goldman, I like," Cramer concluded. GS ended Thursday at $154.47, down 1%.
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-- Written by Bret Kenwell in New York.