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NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to say on CNBC's "Squawk on the Street" Monday.
JPMorgan says to buy Intercontinental Exchange
(ICE - Get Report). Cramer said its takeover of NYSE Euronext
(NYX) should boost ICE's numbers "substantially." ICE was unchanged at $203.17.
Credit Suisse upgraded Baxter International
(BAX - Get Report) to buy from hold. Cramer said Baxter could increase shareholder value by splitting itself up. BAX was flat at $68.82.
Bank of America raised its price target on 3D Systems
(DDD - Get Report)
. "I don't know if it's justified," he said about the stock price. But no one seems to want to sell it short either. DDD was up nearly 1% to $80.60.
Sterne Agee likes Deckers Outdoor
and Cramer said the cold weather should benefit the company. The "stock goes higher." DECK fell 1.7% to $77.37.
Morgan Stanley downgraded Nvidia
(NVDA - Get Report)
to sell from hold. Cramer was not enthusiastic. "I think it's a cheap stock, but it's going to stay a cheap stock," he opined. NVDA was 2.4% lower to $15.78.
(TSN - Get Report)
beat earnings estimates this morning. Cramer was optimistic, saying, "I think Tyson goes higher." TSN ended the day up 2.3% to $29.42.
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-- Written by Bret Kenwell in Petoskey, Mich.