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(Updates from 10:23 a.m. ET with closing information.)
NEW YORK (
TheStreet) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to say on
CNBC's "Squawk On The Street" Thursday.
Bank of America cut its estimates for
(GS - Get Report). Cramer said you can tell it's a strong market when a stock doesn't go down on news like that. GS ended Thursday up 1.2% to $153.51.
Air Products and Chemicals
(APD - Get Report) and other industrial companies are having trouble hitting their numbers because of poor demand, Cramer said. APD fell 2.8% to $92.78.
(YELP - Get Report)
and Cramer agrees, calling Yelp one of the hottest stocks of this era. YELP fell 1.6% to $34.33.
(CSCO - Get Report)
just had a multi-day meeting and "everybody loved it," Cramer said. CEO "John Chambers is still the best." CSCO was 1% higher at $24.36.
(GTLS - Get Report)
is what's needed for making liquified natural gas trucks and Cramer thinks the stock will go higher on increased demand. GTLS jumped 4.4% to $95.34.
(PCP - Get Report)
is a major provider to all aircraft makers and as Cramer pointed out, is making new all-time highs. "What a stock," he concluded. PCP closed at $225.64, up 2.7%.
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-- Written by Bret Kenwell in Petoskey, Mich.
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