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Lightning Round: Windstream, Roundy's, Banco Santander and More

Windstream : They blew the quarter, and Cramer is not recommending the stock until he hears directly from the firm about

what went wrong.

Roundy’s : This stock is cheap, and Cramer said he's sticking with it.

Banco Santander : Sell, sell, sell!

Southern Company : This is Cramer's kind of company. He would also like to recommend American Electric Power, Duke Energy and Consolidated Edison.

Rock-Tenn Co. : With a 3.75 percent yield, International Paper is superior to Rock-Tenn, Cramer said.

Spirit AeroSystems Holdings : Why own Spirit when you can own Boeing ahead of the big air show?

KLA-Tencor : Everyone's giving up on KLAC, and Cramer says that's a mistake. He thinks next year will be a good one for the stock.

Chimera Investment : "It's chimerical," he said. The firm suffered from three downgrades this week, and Cramer doesn't trust the stock.

Thompson Creek Metals : Keep looking, Cramer said. This is a market where you should be buying Bristol-Meyers Squibb, not Thompson Creek.

When this story was published, Cramer's charitable trust owned Boeing.

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