Lightning Round: This company's back from the dead

It's that time again! The Lightning Round bell has rung, and Jim Cramer gives his take on a few favorite audience stocks:

Petrobras: "It's making a comeback but they do report Friday, and we've got to see what they really do. I've got to tell you, this is a company that's back from the dead and it's the same with Vale. I don't want to be there, but I understand that I didn't call the bottom in this thing and I can understand why people want to speculate in it."

Windstream Holdings: "Wow, that's a telco company with a big yield. I'm not a fan. I think that I need growth and that doesn't have it."

Twenty-First Century Fox: "I really wasn't crazy about the quarter, but the stock is inexpensive. I do think the initiatives are going to pay off, but I'm not crazy about it here. Why? because CBS blew out the quarter, Disney blew out the quarter and Time Warner blew out the quarter."

Texas Capital Banchshares Inc: "Hold on to it, interest rates are going higher. You're in good shape, I don't think rates are going that much higher and they'll probably back off tomorrow. But I do think that you're in the right spot and you want to be there, that's a good bank."

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Cerner Corp: "I actually like the quarter, I think people are too negative about it. I think Cerner is doing quite well, I just think down here you want to buy it."

Hanesbrand Inc: "That split, and I know splits don't matter, but iit makes it even more accessible. That is some company. It's well run and a great opportunity."

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