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NEW YORK (
TheStreet) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to say on
CNBC's "Squawk on the Street" Thursday.
Sterne Agee upgraded
Five Below(FIVE - Get Report). Cramer loves this stock, saying it has strong momentum. FIVE rose 1.7% to $47.41.
Rite Aid(RAD - Get Report) reported better-than-expected earnings. Cramer wasn't surprised. He said the stock can go still higher because the company has "gotten it together merchandise-wise." RAD rose 1.4% to $5.08.
Noodles & Company(NDLS - Get Report) at market-weight. Cramer suggest that investors buy the stock if they think
Potbelly will trade higher tomorrow during its public debut. NDLS was flat at $43.03.
Goldman Sachs downgraded
Unilever(UN). Cramer said the company will not meet quarterly estimates after cutting its guidance. He added, "It just tells you that the emerging markets are hurting." UN was 1% higher at $37.89.
Micron Technology(MU - Get Report) will continue to go higher based on a shortage of supply, Cramer said. MU was up 2% to $18.01.
Finally, Cramer believes
Eli Lilly(LLY - Get Report) and other big pharmaceutical companies just don't have any growth, unlike the biotech sector. LLY dropped 3.4% to $48.80.
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