Here's why Jim Cramer says the 'FAANG' stocks look cheap right now

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Adam Jeffery | CNBC

CNBC's Jim Cramer said Wednesday he thinks the so-called FAANG stocks look attractive at current levels.

Cramer said on "Halftime Report" the bond market is the key indicator informing his view on that group of mega-cap tech names, which consists of FacebookAmazonAppleNetflix and Google-parent Alphabet.

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