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(Updates from 10:38 a.m. ET with closing information.)
NEW YORK (
TheStreet) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to say on
CNBC's "Squawk on the Street" Wednesday.
KBR Inc.(KBR - Get Report) and Cramer agreed because "it's a very inexpensive stock." KBR was unchanged at $32.02.
Credit Suisse upgraded
EOG Resources(EOG - Get Report). Cramer said the stock is "a rocket ship" although, after talking to the CEO of
Pioneer Natural Resources(PXD) on
Mad Money last night, he said Pioneer may be a better choice right now. EOG was flat at $171.52.
Kansas City Southern(KSU - Get Report) a "Nafta play" because "this is the way" autos are going to be shipped to Mexico from the United States. "I would not sell it," he advised. KSU was off 1% to $109.87.
Raymond James upgraded
Halliburton(HAL - Get Report). Cramer said he likes the stock since it's come down a bit following its Dutch tender offering a few months ago. HAL was unchanged at $48.56.
J.P. Morgan said not worry about
Hain Celestial Group(HAIN - Get Report). Cramer agreed, but said the high-value stock will continue to get hit in this market environment. HAIN fell 1.9% to $73.92.
Hertz(HTZ - Get Report) is lower following its recent earnings report. Cramer said it's "probably right to pull the trigger" regarding buying the stock. HTZ rose 1.6% to $22.14.
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