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Jim Cramer's Stop Trading! Buy Aecom

Cramer says infrastructure stocks look like a good bet here.

Buy

Aecom

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, Jim Cramer said Thursday on CNBC's Stop Trading! segment.

Cramer said there are lots of infrastructure companies that will probably be getting more business as the U.S. seeks to upgrade highways and bridges and the like. The issue is in the spotlight following Wednesday evening's deadly collapse of an interstate highway bridge in Minnesota.

Cramer said the infrastructure issues have been around for some time and that as a result of that, companies like

Fluor

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,

KBR

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and

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"have great order books." He cautioned that there has been a lot action recently in these stocks but said they should be good plays for the long term.

At the time of publication, Cramer had no positions in stocks mentioned.

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