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(Updates from 10:58 a.m. ET with closing information.)
NEW YORK (
TheStreet) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to say on
CNBC's "Squawk on the Street" Tuesday.
Sterne Agee cut its estimates for
Darden Restaurants(DRI - Get Report). Cramer said the company has a nice dividend yield but investors may want to trim their positions. DRI was unchanged at $46.21.
Green Mountain Coffee Roasters(GMCR) still has momentum and he's not ready to sell quite yet. GMCR was down 1.3% to $85.16.
Williams-Sonoma(WSM - Get Report) was downgraded by Canaccord. Cramer said the company had some negatives when it reported earnings. He suggested trimming positions. WSM fell nearly 1% to $55.94.
JPMorgan is negative on tablets and
Qualcomm(QCOM - Get Report) could suffer as a result. Cramer said the stock is now up -- if Qualcomm is going to suffer, "why not ring the register" and take profits? QCOM was up nearly 1% to $66.75.
Goldman Sachs downgraded
Dean Foods(DF - Get Report). Cramer said he prefers the
WhiteWave(WWAV) almond milk and soy division Dean Foods spun off. DF was down 1.7% to $18.84.
Jarden(JAH - Get Report) is acquiring Yankee Candle for $1.75 billion. Cramer praised the deal and CEO Martin Franklin. JAH was up 10.4% to $47.43.
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