Canopy Growth (CGC - Get Report)  shares were falling Friday after the company was the subject of a bearish note from Bank of America.

The firm downgraded the stock to neutral from buy and also slashed its price target to $27 from $46. The price target is only a slight upside from the stock's closing price Thursday of $27.74.

Bank of America analyst Christopher Carey said he sees a swoon in Canopy's stock that will match a second half pause in Canada's cannabis industry growth.

Shares of cloud content management Box (BOX - Get Report) were falling more than 5% after analysts at J.P. Morgan downgraded the stock to underweight from neutral with a $15 price target.

The price target represents a downside from the stock's closing price Thursday of $17.05.

The firm is bearish on the company's prospects due to increased competition that will create structural headwinds for the Redwood CA-based company. Microsoft is seen as being the biggest impediment to the company's growth.

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