From the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on Friday, TheStreet's Jim Cramer spoke on the "Brexit" -- Britain's proposed departure from the European Union -- revisiting a topic on Thursday's "Mad Money" show.

At the moment, a Brexit looks like a less likely outcome, Cramer said, although the odds change daily. Brexit fears have caused investors to worry, pushing stocks lower over the past week.

As for which stocks will suffer the most, Cramer pointed out that big banks, like Goldman Sachs (GS) - Get Report and JPMorgan Chase (JPM) - Get Report , could be forced to move resources from London to Paris or others European cities. That could dent the bottom line.

As for others, Ford (F) - Get Report would suffer, along with Penske Automotive (PAG) - Get Report and eBay (EBAY) - Get Report , which could see a drop in earnings should the British pound mover lower, Cramer said.

As a result, Cramer favors less-risky, U.S.-centric stocks like General Mills (GIS) - Get Report and Verizon (VZ) - Get Report .

In fact, Cramer put together a number of stocks he likes right now and would buy more of on a deeper, Brexit-fueled pullback. Those picks can be found on Real Money.

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