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NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to say on CNBC's "Squawk on the Street" Monday.
Bank of America and Keybanc downgraded Owens Corning (OC). Cramer said the earnings report was disappointing. OC fell 1% to $37.41.
Credit Suisse initiated SolarCity (SCTY) as a buy. Cramer said the positive rating was on the company's strong sales momentum. SCTY was 1.8% lower to $56.98.
Baird raised its price target on Cabot Oil & Gas (COG) to $48 from $43. Cramer thinks the stock can go higher still. COG was unchanged at $36.88.
Suntrust said GameStop (GME) will report a strong quarter. "It's not done yet, it goes higher," despite many investors believing the move higher is overdone, Cramer said. GME was off 1% to $54.41.
While shares of RE/MAX Holdings (RMAX) have remained largely unchanged, Cramer warned new home and existing home sales seem to be dropping. RMAX fell 2.5% to $28.34.
Eaton (ETN) was lower on its earnings results but management stressed that 2014 would be better. Cramer suggested the stock is "consolidating now and looks good." ETN is a holding in his charitable portfolio, Action Alerts PLUS. ETN ended the day 1.5% lower to $70.55.
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-- Written by Bret Kenwell in Petoskey, Mich.