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NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to say on CNBC's "Squawk on the Street" Friday.
William Blair upgraded T-Mobile US
to buy from hold. Cramer said both the analyst and the stock have been on fire. TMUS was unchanged at $24.53.
Jefferies initiated coverage on Under Armour
with a hold rating. Cramer said he was surprised because he expects the company to report good earnings next week. UA was flat at $77.20.
Cramer said Dow Chemical
could get out of its low-multiple businesses and into the specialty chemical business, which, in turn, warrants a higher valuation. DOW was unchanged at $38.56.
Bernstein likes Anadarko Petroleum
and so does Cramer -- it's a holding in his Action Alerts PLUS portfolio. He said the stock is cheap relative to its peers. APC was flat at $93.01.
Cramer said Five Below
is like an expensive dollar store, and UBS's upgrade ahead of the quarter was "gutsy." FIVE rose 1% to $39.49.
is going to be able to return capital to its shareholders, Cramer said, which is very good. EFC jumped 4.6% to $16.26.
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-- Written by Bret Kenwell in Petoskey, Mich.