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Cramer: Starbucks outage means nothing for stock

Cramer: Don't sell Starbucks

Investors should not sell their Starbucks shares because of the recent cash register outage, CNBC's Jim Cramer said Monday.

"I don't really think it meant anything," Cramer said on "Squawk on the Street." "If you're going to sell Starbucks on that, then bring it to me."

Cramer made his remarks after the coffee giant experienced a widespread systems outage in its U.S. and Canada-based stores Friday night, leading to many stores closing early and giving away free drinks.

Nevertheless, Cramer said, the technical malfunction should not dissuade investors from buying or holding the stock because "anyone who saw those numbers last week was dazzled."

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Last week, the company reported quarterly earnings and revenue that met Wall Street's expectations. Starbucks also reported that same-store sales rose 7 percent in the quarter. "I was looking for 5 percent comps," Cramer said.

The stock price was lower in early trading Monday. Click here to see what the stock is doing now.

DISCLOSURE: Cramer's trust owned Starbucks stock when this article was published.

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