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Here's how some of Wednesday's 'Mad Money' stocks fared on Thursday.
Cramer says the company has better margins and products.
Cramer says MetLife is in a good situation because it didn't need any TARP money.
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Jim Cramer said that the move in tech toward smartphones "cannot be denied."
Cramer says this company has surprised by doing well.
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Here's how Jim Cramer's 'Mad Money' stocks fared the next day.
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Cramer says these are the six local banks to watch in the coming weeks.
FirstMerit, Quest Software and Adtran are upgraded; Emergent BioSolutions and Seaspan are downgraded.
FirstMerit 1st-qtr profit falls 12.3 pct on higher credit costs, but beats expectations
Jim Cramer says that it's time to stop worrying about the stress-test banks and start focusing on the regional banks.
Cramer says the Treasury's banking stress tests gave the bulls more ammunition.
Jim Cramer saw strength in various stocks, including General Electric and AT&T.
Bank of America and Citigroup again topped TheStreet.com's list of the day's most-searched stocks, with Freeport-McMoran and First Merit joining the top-ten list.
First Niagara's acquisition of PNC branches is the beginning of a "whole new group" of banks, says Jim Cramer.
Cramer says investors should pay attention to the credit, bond and commercial paper markets.
Caterpillar is a great stock to buy ahead of economic recovery, Jim Cramer says.
Banks are in the spotlight again in today's look at the most-searched stocks on TheStreet.com.
Bank of America and Citi topped today's stock search list on TheStreet.com. Celgene and General Motors are also being watched.
Despite the naysayers, the markets finished with a flourish this month, Cramer says.
Bank holding companies that posted decent earnings so far this year still don't look like particularly attractive stocks right now, once you look under the hood.
The FDIC needs to raise its deposit insurance limits to halt the bank runs, Cramer says.
Cramer cited reports that Yahoo's weakness could spill over to Google.
FirstMerit, JPMorgan, Max Capital, Rosetta and Clean Energy are upgraded.
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