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NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to say about some of the stocks during the Mad Money Lightning Round Friday evening:

H&E Equip Services (HEES): "My advice is to take your losses. That one isn't coming back anytime soon."

Lowe's (LOW): "I think you should be a buyer. I prefer Home Depot (HD) but Lowe's is good, too."

Agenus (AGEN): "This is an OK company. I'm not terribly excited about it, but it's OK."

Integrated Device Technology (IDTI): "That one is terrific. I wouldn't worry about it. "

Kohlberg Kravis Roberts (KKR): "These high-yielding stocks will be coming in on a rate hike. Be careful."

CSX (CSX): "The problem is coal. The coal numbers are bad. Be careful on all the rails."

Plum Creek Timber (PCL): "The stocks are all going down because the Fed is going to tighten. Let them come in, then pull the trigger."

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