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Updated from 10:35 a.m. EST with closing prices.

NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to say on CNBC's "Squawk On the Street" Thursday:

Cramer said some analysts are attempting to find the next Abercrombie & Fitch (ANF) in Hot Topic (HOTT) , but he's not buying it. He was more bullish on Time Warner Cable (TWC) , a company with amazing cash flow.

Hot Topic ended the session Thursday up 5.7%. Time Warner closed down 0.1%.

>>Also see: Is It Time to Consider Time Warner? by Richard Saintvilus.

When asked about Prudential (PRU) , Cramer said it's a well-run company, but Travellers (TRV) remains his favorite.

Prudential closed up 0.9%.

Cramer was bullish on Timken (TKR) , a steel maker with a big operation in China, but bearish on ExpressScripts (ESRX) , saying that he wouldn't want to compete with CVS Caremark (CVS) .

Timken ended down slightly, less than 0.1%, while ExpressScripts closed up 1.4%.

Finally, Cramer said that Millennial Media (MM) has been a one-way ticket lower, but he wouldn't give up of the stock just yet.

Millennial closed up 4.2%.

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-- Written by Scott Rutt in Washington.

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