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NEW YORK (
TheStreet) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to say on
CNBC's "Squawk On The Street" Wednesday.
Raymond James started
(GTLS - Get Report) with a buy rating. As Cramer noted, the equipment made by the company has "been very hot." GTLS closed 3% lower at $93.72 Wednesday.
Cramer agrees with Barclays on
(TEX - Get Report) and said the company believes the problems in Europe has bottomed. TEX was down 2.5% at $33.85.
(SODA - Get Report)
was downgraded by JPMorgan Chase. Cramer agreed. "They think it's gotten a little too high, and I get that," he said. SODA fell 3.8% at $62.36.
With Citigroup upgrading
, Cramer said the company is now being viewed as a biotech and those names "are all on fire." BMY rose 5.3% to $46.40.
(CRM - Get Report)
to beat earnings estimates. Cramer agrees, noting, "I expect an extraordinary call and I do think (CEO) Marc Benioff will beat the numbers." CRM fell 1.2% to $45.78.
UBS raised its price target on
(SKS - Get Report)
, but after listening to the conference call Cramer said the company isn't doing anything at all. SKS jumped 13.4% to $15.50.
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-- Written by Bret Kenwell in New York.