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NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to say on CNBC's "Squawk on the Street" Friday.
, along with other retailers including Ross Stores
, was upgraded by SunTrust. Cramer said "growth is winning" but he doesn't know if he agrees with the analyst. URBN was flat at $42.85.
stock is up Friday after earnings beat expectations. "If you have a company that's levered to mobile, it's working," Cramer opined. SWKS jumped 6.4% to $23.89.
Goldman Sachs initiated Sprint
as a sell, but Cramer disagreed. "Don't sell Sprint," he said, adding that CEO Dan Hesse is doing a remarkable job. S was unchanged at $6.07.
Not doing so well after reporting earnings was Intuitive Surgical
. Cramer pointed out his CNBC colleague Herb Greenberg has been detailing the company's problems for quite some time. ISRG dropped 6.8% to close at $392.67.
Citigroup upgraded Seagate Technology
to neutral from sell, but Cramer said the analysts have already missed the big upside move. STX was up 1.3% to $47.52.
Finally, Cramer disagreed with Raymond James' downgrade of Panera Bread Company
to sell from hold. He said he wishes "they'd do the split. That way people wouldn't be so nervous" about the company. PNRA fell nearly 1% to end the day at $186.30.
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-- Written by Bret Kenwell in Petoskey, Mich.