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** Canadian airline's shares down 6.7 pct at C$8.32 after Raymond James cuts to "underperform" from "market perform"
** Stock hit lowest in more than a year
** "We maintain a fundamentally negative bias towards the company's expansionary strategy and heavy capex commitments," Raymond James analysts write, cutting PT to C$7
** 13 of 15 brokerages rate the stock "buy" or higher, 1 "hold" and 1 "sell"; their median PT is c$17
** Brokerage also cuts rival WestJet Airlines Ltd's PT to C$20 from C$26
** "We maintain a cautious view towards Canada's airline stocks, which continue to underperform the broader market as well as many of the bellwether airlines in the U.S.," the analysts write
** WestJet shares down 1.6 pct at C$18.14