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Lightning Round: Rite Aid, Keycorp, Harsco and More

CIBER : A strong European market with weak U.S. exposure. Cramer prefers Accenture in the space.

Pacer International : It has not bottomed yet, Cramer said. Don’t buy.

First Cash Financial : Cramer would buy FCFS. He doesn’t understand why it has been performing poorly. The fundamentals are still sound.

Intuitive Surgical : The top may finally be here in ISRG, Cramer said, after an analyst predicted that big hospitals would not buy the company’s flagship Da Vinci surgical tools in order to cut costs.

KeyCorp : He had hoped for a takeover, but now Cramer won’t recommend KEY. He remains concerned about all the Ohio-based regional banks.

Harsco : It’s been getting sold, but this stock should go up a quick 10 points once the Fed wakes up, Cramer said.

American International Group : Cramer called AIG a firm run by honest people but still a mess. “Warren Buffett could run that company and I wouldn’t touch it right now,” he said.

Rite Aid : CEO Mary Sammons “blew it,” as far as Cramer is concerned. Not until RAD sees two good quarters will he begin to consider recommending it.

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