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) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to say on CNBC's "Squawk On The Street" Friday:

Cramer noted the downgrade of

Regal Entertainment Group


by Piper Jaffray, saying people think the fourth quarter is going to be really bad. He's not excited about the movies. RGC shares fell 3% at the Friday close.

On the downgrade of

Toronto-Dominion Bank

(TD) - Get Report

, Cramer said all Canadian banks were downgraded today, so maybe it's brother against brother. TD closed off 1%.

Barclays starts


(HTZ) - Get Report

as a buy. Cramer said the rates for rental cars have gone up very big. Hertz just eliminated one competitor through merger so those left in the sector are good stocks. HTZ was up 1% at the close.


Taiwan Semiconductor

(TSM) - Get Report

, Cramer said to look out because it may take some


(AAPL) - Get Report

business from


. TSM ended the day flat.

Cramer said he disagrees with JPMorgan's

Marathon Oil

(MRO) - Get Report

neutral rating. "I think it's a mistake," Cramer said, adding the company is worth a great deal of money. MRO shares were 1% higher.


Coventry Health

( CVH) deal is good, Cramer said of JPMorgan's upgrade of



. Watch this group, Cramer said. People are supposed to hate insurance companies ahead of Obamacare, but no, the stock is doing very well. AET stock closed up 3%.

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-- Written by Anthony Buccino in New York


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