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NEW YORK (
TheStreet) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to say on
CNBC's "Squawk On The Street" Friday.
United Continental(UAL - Get Report) was upgraded to neutral from sell by Goldman Sachs. Cramer likes that call because he sees the airline group "not as a trade, but an investment." UAL ended Friday trading up 7.4% to $32.94.
Monsanto(MON - Get Report) announced a $2 billion share repurchase plan. Cramer said this may help the stock rebound from a bad quarter. MON rose 3% to $101.65.
GAP(GPS - Get Report) announced strong retail sales numbers. Cramer loved it. "These guys are back!" he exclaimed. GPS ended at $42.09, up 2.7%.
Biogen(BIIB - Get Report), whose shares rose after a recent pullback. According to Cramer, the fact that biotech is back is a good sign. BIIB rose by 1.7% to $225.02.
Tivo(TIVO - Get Report) settled a longstanding DVR patent lawsuit with
Google's(GOOG) Motorola and clearly investors were not happy with the results, Cramer said. TIVO turned off investors, plummeting 19.1% to $11.10.
Arch Coal(ACI) and other coal stocks are all headed lower, according to Raymond James. "It's a little late to sell" these stocks now, Cramer said. ACI ended the day 3.9% lower at $4.91.
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