Home improvement chain Lowe's (LOW) missed analysts' estimates on earnings and revenue in its latest quarter, and TheStreet's Jim Cramer says it looks like Home Depot (HD) is taking share from its competitor. Cramer says he's a fan of Home Depot right now, pointing out that it had a much better quarter than Lowe's. Cramer also pointed out that Target (TGT) had such a strong quarter, that some speculate the discount retailer was also taking business away from some home improvement companies.
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