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'Mad Money' Lightning Round: Boeing, Comerica, Nucor

Jim Cramer’s bullish on Boeing and Comerica, but says Nordic American Tanker has lost  its mojo.
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Here's what Jim Cramer had to say about some of the stocks that callers offered up during the Mad Money Lightning Round Tuesday evening:

Embraer  (ERJ) - Get Embraer S.A. Report: "Very interesting company but I'm going to default to Boeing  (BA) - Get The Boeing Company Report."

Comerica  (CMA) - Get Comerica Incorporated Report: "Boring, but good. I like that."

ArcelorMittal  (MT) - Get Arcelor Mittal NY Registry Shares NEW Report: "No, that's a second-rate company when compared to Nucor  (NUE) - Get Nucor Corporation Report."

Manitowoc  (MTW) - Get Manitowoc Company Inc. (The) Report: "I like this company."

Nordic American Tanker  (NAT) - Get Nordic American Tankers Limited Report: "This stock is stuck in neutral. Not a lot of mojo there."

Zillow  (Z) - Get Zillow Group Inc. Report: "They are doing incredibly well. I don't mind their business model."

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NCR Corp.  (NCR) - Get NCR Corporation Report: "It's making a comeback. I think there's a lot of value there."

Read the full Mad Money Recap from Monday's show, Too Much Speculation: Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap. Cramer interviewed Jeff Gennette, chairman and CEO of Macy's  (M) - Get Macy's, Inc. Report; and Ernie Garcia, chairman and CEO of Carvana  (CVNA) - Get Carvana Co. Class A Report

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