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Lightning Round: Teva Pharmaceuticals, Pitney Bowes, Caterpillar and More

Teva Pharmaceutical : It feels like Teva has finally bottomed, "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer said. He likes Eli Lill , Sanofi and Merck , which have been "on fire." He thinks Teva is catching up and will go higher.

Pitney Bowes : Cramer is concerned about Pitney Bowes because its revenue has no growth, and without growth it is like owning a bond.

E*Trade Financial : Cramer is not recommending any financials other than U.S. Bancorp .

Church & Dwight : Talk about a stock that is right, right, right, Cramer said. This consumer products company has its costs under control and is doing incredibly well.

Caterpillar : Take an 18 month perspective if you are going to own CAT, Cramer said.

Nordic American Tankers : This is the only stock in the tanker business that Cramer's recommending.

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When this story was published, Cramer's charitable trust owned U.S. Bancorp and Sanofi.

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