Jim Cramer Answers Twitter (TWTR) Questions on Target (TGT), American Airlines Group (AAL), Cummins (CMI), WWE (WWE) and Bank of America (BAC)

NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- TheStreet's Jim Cramer answers Twitter  (TWTR) questions from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on Monday, and this week's first query deals with Target  (TGT) and its new CEO, Brian Cornell.

Cramer says the new CEO will make a difference, but not quickly. He likes Cornell, who comes from PepsiCo  (PEP), but he thinks Target will need a multi-year turn to get it right, so he does not suggest investors play the stock now.

The next question asks if Cramer still likes American Airlines Group  (AAL) at less than $40. He notes TheStreet's poll about whether people are scared to fly after Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 in which 40% of people said yes. Cramer says he likes the airline group but he thinks it pauses here.

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Another user asks about Cummins  (CMI), and Cramer says the manufacturer reported a quarter that was "just okay." He adds it appears the company has lost some market share.

Next, Cramer fields a question on World Wrestling Entertainment  (WWE). He thinks the company has made some changes that have hurt their numbers, which is why the stock has been "such a dog."

Finally, a user asks if Bank of America  (BAC) is dead money, and Cramer says yes until it settles with the Justice Department. The two sides remain far apart on a deal but movement is supposed to occur ahead of a potential federal lawsuit against the bank.

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