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NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Here's what Jim Cramer had to say on CNBC's "Squawk on the Street" Monday.
Jefferies downgraded Juniper Networks
. Cramer agreed, saying that in this part of the technology sector Cisco
is the winner. Cisco is a holding in Cramer's charitable trust, Action Alerts Plus. JNPR fell 1.4% to $20.75.
Cramer disagreed with the downgrade of one of his faves, VF Corp
, to hold from buy. He said the company's management is doing well and the stock should be bought on any weakness. VFC fell 1.1% to $194.86.
Wells Fargo says to buy Mondelez
.Cramer said we'll hear more about any potential merger with PepsiCo
when the latter reports earnings on Wednesday. MDLZ was unchanged at $30.70.
Cramer says to buy Biogen
, which is his strategy for other biotech stocks that have had pullbacks this year. BIIB rose nearly 1% to $231.67.
, Cramer said the company has had its "best quarter of the year so far," with the company nailing every metric. SLB rose 1.3% to $83.81.
, meanwhile, has been "a real dog" this year, according to Cramer. Goldman Sachs may not be worried about the company, he said, but he's not going to take a stand on the stock. BRCM fell 1.3% to $33.25.
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-- Written by Bret Kenwell in Petoskey, Mich.