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Cramer's lightning round: Two thumbs up for AstraZeneca

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  • It's that time again! "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer rings the lightning round bell, which means he's giving his answers to callers' stock questions at rapid speed.

Taiwan Semiconductor: "I think Taiwan Semiconductor is not a good stock. I think it is a great stock and I can't believe how little it's talked about here. That's how good it is. I'm going to try to bring it back."

Inseego: "That's a 5G company that I kind of really like."

Agenus: "It's not doing anything. It's just not doing anything and, to me, it bothers me. It bothers me. It's a momentum play ... I'd like to see some really big news from them."

Eldorado Resorts: "No one has asked me about Eldorado Game. I'm going to send you to the one that I know people are tired of hearing about, but I"m consistent. I'm saying Penn Nat is right."

AstraZeneca: "You know, if you would've asked me five years ago about AstraZeneca I would've said 'next!' But they have really gotten their act together. I wish they'd come on air. That is one well-run company with some great franchises. I am saying two thumbs up."

Halliburton: Sell

Alaska Air Group: "It is a very well-run airline. You know, if you're going to buy an airline, it's well run, I always default to Southwest 'cause it's best run and 'cause it's [CEO] Gary Kelly and it's a $34 stock."

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Cramer's lightning round: Two thumbs up for AstraZeneca

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