The firm also lowered its price target to $52 from $56 on shares of the Wellington, FL-based maker of aircraft cabin interior products.
Although B/E has a stronger position than most in the aerospace supply chain, its wide-body original equipment unit has increasing weakness, according to Goldman, the Fly reports.
The firm noted there is limited upside to its price target.
Additionally, Goldman removed the stock from its "Americas Buy" list, the Fly said.
About 1.04 million of the company's shares change hands today compared to its average 30-day volume of roughly 802,000 shares per day.
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