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Did you miss last night's "Mad Money" on CNBC? If so, here are Jim Cramer's top takeaways for next week's trading.
After seeing his company's shares fall 5% on the "Brexit" vote, Robbins said Cisco remains committed to the region, which only accounts for about 5% of sales. He said Cisco has contingency plans for all softs of macroeconomic events and has already communicated with team members around the globe.
Beyond the news of the day, Robbins said Cisco continues to be focused on innovation, allowing companies to leverage their network with end-to-end cloud based management systems.
Cramer said he saw no reason why this stock was down 5% Friday.
Red Hat (RHT) - Get Report : In his second exclusive interview, Cramer also sat down with Jim Whitehurst, president and CEO at Red Hat, which recently delivered in-line earnings that included 45 deals over $1 million.
Red Hat brings next generation, cloud-based IT solutions to the enterprise and currently derives 25% of sales from Europe. Whitehurst said that since modern solutions are dramatically less expensive than the legacy ones they replace, Red Hat traditionally does well in down markets, as they did in 2008.
Whitehurst said while Red Hat always sees some volatility in its short-term billings, his company is seeing a nice acceleration in earnings year over year. He was excited about his company's acquisition of 3Scale, which provides software that allows Red Hat systems to easily connect to data on other cloud platforms lincluding Box (BOX) - Get Report and Salesforce.com (CRM) - Get Report .
When asked specifically about the "Brexit," Whitehurst said that it will take time to determine the effects, but capital spending may slow as uncertainty reigns and currencies fluctuate.
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