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(Updates from 10:31 a.m. ET with closing information.)
NEW YORK (
TheStreet) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to say on
CNBC's "Squawk on the Street" Monday.
Juniper Networks(JNPR - Get Report) was downgraded by RBC Capital. Cramer said the stock is in a group that is "really making a comeback." JNPR fell 1.6% to $20.59.
Goldman Sachs downgraded
Broadcom(BRCM). Cramer said Broadcom is a great company but a poor-performing stock. BRCM was unchanged at $26.06.
Tiffany & Co.(TIF - Get Report) gets a neutral rating from Goldman Sachs after the stock had an upside breakout. Cramer suggested there might not be a lot of upside left in the stock. TIF was flat at $81.46.
Cramer thinks it's premature to assume
Foot Locker's(FL - Get Report) CEO Ken Hicks will go back to
J.C. Penney(JCP) at this point. FL rose 1.3% to $34.97.
Polo Ralph Lauren Corp.(RL - Get Report) did not report a good quarter last week. Cramer said he would rather own
Phillips-Van Heusen(PVH) and
V.F. Corp.(VFC). RL was unchanged at $178.08.
Canaccord Genuity upgraded
Lowe's(LOW - Get Report), but Cramer said that he still prefers
Home Depot(HD). LOW was flat at $45.80.
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