Here's what Jim Cramer had to say about some of the stocks during the Mad Money Lightning Round:

Altaba (AABA) : "That's what's left of Yahoo. I like it."

Lloyds TSB (LYG) : "It's OK. I prefer JPMorgan Chase (JPM) ."

Vistra Energy (VST) : "I'd take some profits and let the rest run."

International Game Technology (IGT) : "Everyone already knows its great and I don't have a catalyst."

Regions Financial (RF) : "It's a great bank that's had a big run. I think it goes higher."

PolarityTE (COOL) : "This stock has had a big run and I think it's time to ring the register."

Banco Santander (SAN) : "This one has been struggling but Europe has been terrible. I think you're fine but not great." 

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