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NEW YORK (
TheStreet) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to say on
CNBC's "Squawk on the Street" Wednesday.
A new cholesterol drug from
(REGN - Get Report) had very positive phase III results and Cramer said it's putting
(MRK) Zetia drug to shame. REGN jumped 6% to $17.22.
(KR - Get Report) with a neutral rating. Cramer said he prefers
Whole Foods Market
(WFM). KR rose 1% to $41.87.
"Goldman Sachs blesses"
(AMT - Get Report)
by reiterating it as a buy, Cramer said, adding that the last thing we heard about the company involved accounting issues. AMT was 3.2% higher at $77.12.
Deutsche Bank raised its price target on
(LNG - Get Report)
. Even though the stock has quadrupled in value, it appears to still have upside, according to Cramer. LNG was up 3.5% on the day to $38.17.
Stanley Black & Decker
(SWK - Get Report)
provided dismal guidance and had poor margins, said Cramer. "This is a disaster." SWK plummeted 14.3% to $76.75.
(ABT - Get Report)
beat earnings estimates and raised its dividend. Cramer thinks CEO Miles White is going great things and likes the dividend. ABT jumped 6.5% to $35.90.
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-- Written by Bret Kenwell in Petoskey, Mich.