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NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to say on CNBC's "Squawk on the Street" Thursday.
Deutsche Bank upgraded Sprint
to buy from hold, but Citigroup downgraded it to hold from buy. "May the best person win," Cramer pronounced. S was unchanged at $7.18.
was upgraded to buy from hold at Goldman Sachs. Telecoms looking to upgrade their infrastructure turn to Adtran, Cramer pointed out. ADTN was up 2.3% to $24.
has a lot of "irons in the fire," Cramer said, referring to the lackluster results of its latest film, "The Lone Ranger." DIS rose 2.6% to $66.58.
keeps making its numbers. "They have the natural gas truck engine. That's going to be the engine of the future," Cramer said. CMI was up 1.4% to $115.28.
Bernstein upgraded Viacom
to hold from sell because it "can't find a reason not to like it," Cramer said about the analyst, which has stubbornly remained bearish on the rising stock. VIA ended Thursday at $71.47, up 1.2%.
"keeps trying to unlock value. Maybe this time it will really be for real," Cramer said sarcastically, referring to the current asset divestiture program. HES rose 3.2% to $70.96.
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-- Written by Bret Kenwell in Petoskey, Mich.