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Stop Trading!: Fluor Power

Fluor is the way to play infrastructure growth in the Middle East, Cramer said Tuesday on Stop Trading!.

Earlier on "Street Signs," CEO Alan Boeckmann talked with Erin Burnett about the successful projects Fluor has completed in Iraq, mainly in water systems and electrical power generating.

Cramer said he also liked Foster-Wheeler in the infrastructure space.

Wells Fargo's Tuesday earnings report wasn't "all that bad," as far as Cramer was concerned, though the bank did have big losses in home equity. Cramer recommended buying U.S. Bancorp instead, which he said is "ahead of the game."

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