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After a decade of dormancy, Japan is back in business, Jim Cramer said Tuesday on his "Mad Money" TV show, a compilation of previously aired episodes. For those looking for growth, Cramer offered his seven samurai stocks, a list of names he put together several months ago, but still believes are poised for growth. These stocks are the best of breed in Japan, but people still need to do their homework, Cramer advised. Some of these names are exporters and are sensitive to the yen's exchange rates. Even if these stocks are not all worth buying right now, he said, they will be worth buying at some point. Mitsubishi UFJ The first of Cramer's seven samurai is Mitsubishi UFJ ( MTU), which he owns for his
Australia & New Zealand Banking GroupCramer also revisited Australia & New Zealand Banking Group ( ANZ), a play not off of Japan's economy but rather off of Vietnam's. He first introduced ANZ in a