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NEW YORK (
TheStreet) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to say on
CNBC's "Squawk on the Street" Thursday.
(CLB - Get Report) may have found the country's largest oil field, Cramer said. If so,
Pioneer Natural Resources
(PXD) will be the main beneficiary. CLB jumped 8.5% to $189.85.
(PPG - Get Report) "has fabulous margins" and CEO Charles Bunch continues to deliver, Cramer said. PPG was up 5% to $174.47.
Cramer was "thrilled"
(NUE - Get Report)
was finally able to beat earnings estimates after missing for so many quarters. NUE rose 2% to $50.79.
(ALKS - Get Report)
has a few anti-opiate drugs and Cramer believes in the company and CEO Richard Pops. ALKS vaulted 8.5% to $35.38.
Cramer said he was looking for technology companies and found that many investors were piling into
(DDD - Get Report)
and other 3-D printing stocks. DDD was 2.7% higher at $56.76.
Morgan Stanley downgraded
(CLX - Get Report)
to sell, based on valuation. Cramer agreed, but also argued that the company has a 3.3% dividend yield and great management. CLX fell nearly 1% to $85.25.
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-- Written by Bret Kenwell in Petoskey, Mich.