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NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- The markets are seeing a lot of major moves on very little news, Jim Cramer said on "Mad Money" Tuesday. Cramer said there's a revaluation of stocks underway, the likes of which we haven't seen in a very long time. He said that certain old-line names are seeing new life and new highs. Among the big movers: Best Buy ( BBY), Boeing ( BA) and Bristol-Myers Squibb ( BMY). Cramer said Best Buy's comeback from $26 a share to now $42 has been remarkable while Boeing is up 71% for the year, even in the face of early problems with its Dreamliners. Bristol-Myers has popped from $48 to $53 a share in just a few days. Others on Cramer's list include Chipotle Mexican Grill ( CMG), Core Labs ( CLB) and FedEx ( FDX), along with GameStop ( GME) and Kimberly-Clark ( KMB). Cramer said Chipotle's momentum has returned, while Core Labs has also sprung back to life, as has FedEx, a big beneficiary of the global economy. Meanwhile, GameStop is benefiting from the next generation of console gaming and Kimberly-Clark is seeing lower input costs. Last on Cramer's list of standouts is Schlumberger ( SLB), whose shares are up from $71 to $94 a share, and Whirlpool ( WHR), which has seen a move from $112 to $148 even with a slowdown in housing. Cramer said all of these are good companies that have gotten even better in recent months. The market is clearly listening.