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Lightning Round: Cummins, AT&T, Sunoco and More

Computer Sciences Corp : Cramer doesn't like this stock. He thinks the fundamentals are failing.

Cummins : Cummins will go down if Europe goes into a severe recession, the "Mad Money" host staid. However, he thinks it is a good long term hold.

AT&T : The cash flow is bountiful, the dividend is safe, and if the T-Mobile merger goes away, it will be fine, Cramer said. He would buy it on any weakness.

Sunoco : Refinery margins are going to go down, so it is time to sell Sunoco, Cramer said.

Donaldson Company : Donaldson is a filtration company, Cramer said, and those are in a sweet spot. He likes it and thinks it is a buy on a pullback.

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When this story was published, Cramer's charitable trust owned AT&T and Cummins.

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