NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- China's currency devaluation, Shake Shack (SHAK - Get Report), companies tied to the healthcare market and Qorvo (QRVO - Get Report) were included in the mix of questions that Jim Cramer fielded from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, sent in by viewers' Twitter (TWTR - Get Report) tweets.

One of the first questions centered on China's devaluation of the yuan and whether it would temper the Fed's desire to raise interest rates. "If it's calm and they don't devalue again, then they will raise rates," said Cramer. On Thursday, U.S. stocks largely shook off the devaluation, rebounding from Wednesday's decline.

Another viewer asked if it was a good idea to buy shares of Shake Shack. Cramer responded it's only a good idea if you want to wait for a four- to five-year period. He added the stock is "hideously overvalued," compared to other names he follows like Red Robin (RRGB - Get Report) and Jack in the Box (JACK - Get Report).

The potential of a short squeeze on Restoration Hardware (RH - Get Report) was another question poised to Cramer, given there has been a rally in home furnishings company Wayfair (W - Get Report). Cramer said the two companies are entirely different, so the answer is "no."

When asked about McKesson (MCK - Get Report), Cramer said the stock is "resting." McKesson, along with Cardinal Health (CAH - Get Report), have not been as good as they used to be. He does like CVS (CVS - Get Report), Walgreens (WBA - Get Report) and Rite Aid (RAD - Get Report).

Cramer's last question was on Qorvo, which one viewer purchased when it hit a 52-week low. Cramer said, "Why buy it?" He noted that the stock is pegged to Apple (AAPL - Get Report), so if the viewer thought Apple could come back, then it made sense. Qorvo supplies chips for Apple's phones. He added that Qorvo is a great company, but the last quarter was bad. Qorvo's earnings fell short of estimates in its most recent quarter. Send your Twitter questions to Jim @Jim Cramer with the hashtag CramerQ.

 

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