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NEW YORK (
TheStreet) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to say on
CNBC's "Squawk On The Street" Friday.
(GME) rallied on
(MSFT) announcement for used games. Cramer likes the stock going forward. GME ended Friday unchanged at $40.78.
Goldman Sachs downgraded
(AGN - Get Report) for lack of earnings catalysts over the next several years. Cramer only added that the move was "brutal." AGN was down 3.7% to $92.70.
(ZNGA - Get Report)
was downgraded by Morgan Stanley. Cramer agreed with the move. "It's still too early for Zynga." ZNGA dropped by 5.1% to $2.71.
(SO - Get Report)
and other utilities look like a buy after the pullback, according to Cramer, but he's waiting for Southern to come in a little more. SO rose 1.5% to $43.10.
(NEM - Get Report)
and the rest of the gold miners have been disastrous. Cramer cautioned investors to "stay away." NEM was up 1% to $30.05.
(KMB - Get Report)
, but Cramer didn't think it was quite time to buy. However, he said that "this is a great company. I would never sell." KMB ended the day at $95.78, up 1.2%.
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-- Written by Bret Kenwell in Petoskey, Mich.
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