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NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Next week will be all about European governments, Jim Cramer told a live studio audience on his "Mad Money" TV show Friday. He said that while the Greek elections will be on everyone's minds, there are still a number of American companies that will do well regardless of the outcome. On Monday, Cramer said he'll be watching for the U.S. Supreme Court's decision on President Obama's health-care plan. He said that if Obamacare is turned down, large employers including Wal-Mart ( WMT), Target ( TGT) and Home Depot ( HD) will be the beneficiaries. Tuesday brings the Federal Reserve meeting. Cramer said with interest rates already approaching zero there isn't a lot more the Fed can do to spur the economy. That's why he'll be watching the FedEx ( FDX) earnings for a read on the global economy instead. Also on the list for Tuesday, Jabil Circuit ( JBL), a company that take down a lot of tech names if it does poorly. For Wednesday, it's Bed Bath and Beyond ( BBBY) and RedHat ( RHT). Cramer said to buy Bed Bath on any selloff after earnings and buy RedHat ahead of earnings. Then on Thursday it's CarMax ( KMX) and Oracle ( ORCL) taking the stage. Cramer said Carmax is also a good economic indicator, but Oracle may be a speculative buy ahead of their earnings. Finally, on Friday Darden Restaurants ( DRI) reports. Cramer said this stock has run up big and expectations are too high for the company to meet.