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NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to say on CNBC's "Squawk on the Street" Monday.
Deutsche Bank upgraded Time Warner Cable
(TWC - Get Report) to buy from hold. Cramer said the analyst's reasoning of "it's more than likely not to be acquired by Charter Communications
(CHTR)," had a shocking amount of uncertainty to it. TWC was unchanged at $123.15.
Barclays upgraded Occidental Petroleum
(OXY - Get Report) because it may break up its business segments, a move Cramer believes would add "$30 [per share] more." OXY rose 2.2% to $97.73.
Cramer is taking a wait-and-see approach to Consol Energy
(CNX - Get Report)
despite Morgan Stanley's enthusiasm on the company's shift to natural gas from thermal coal. CNX was 3.1% higher at $37.76.
Cramer called Sysco's
(SYY - Get Report)
better-than-expected earnings report a "nice surprise." "This could be the beginning of a big move," he said. SYY jumped 4.3% to $33.96.
(LL - Get Report)
appears to be near breakout levels, Cramer said, with margins that are better than expected. LL rose 3.7% to $116.14.
Piper Jaffray downgraded NetApp
(NTAP - Get Report)
to hold from buy because "there is a lot of government business here and NetApp will be hurt," Cramer said. He added that a lot of tech companies have been hit hard due to their exposure to the federal government. NTAP fell nearly 1% to $38.75.
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-- Written by Bret Kenwell in Petoskey, Mich.