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NEW YORK (
TheStreet) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to say on
CNBC's "Squawk on the Street" Friday.
Credit Suisse said to avoid
Staples(SPLS - Get Report) because of the erosion in its core business. Cramer agreed with the call. SPLS rose nearly 1% to $14.20.
Baird upgraded real estate investment trust
Realty Income Corp.(O - Get Report), but Cramer said to be careful because if rates continue to rise, this stock becomes a sell. O was up 1% to $40.68.
First Solar(FSLR - Get Report) stock has been crushed since its secondary offering. Cramer said the stock is worth a look at these levels. FSLR was unchanged at $38.97.
Cramer called everything in apparel a disaster, including
Guess?(GES - Get Report), which was downgraded by Piper Jaffray. GES fell 2% to $28.21.
JPMorgan was positive on
Facebook(FB - Get Report). Cramer said this stock, a holding in his charitable trust Action Alerts PLUS, has been doing well since July. FB jumped 5.2% to $40.55.
Hewlett-Packard(HPQ - Get Report) is getting killed in the server storage business, mainly by
VMware(VMW). HPQ was up nearly 1% to $22.40.
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