If you open up the manual (
F1) and look at
LTspice > Circuit Elements > B. Arbitrary Behavioural Voltage or Current Source, you'll see this bullet point:
Circuit element currents; for example, I(S1), the current through switch S1 or Ib(Q1), the base current of Q1. However, it is assumed that the circuit element current is varying quasi-statically, that is, there is no instantaneous feedback between the current through the referenced device and the behavioral source output. Similarly, any ac component of such a device current is assumed to be zero in a small signal linear .AC analysis.
What you have there is a direct feedback which violates the above condition. If, instead of behavioural sources, you use primites such as VCVS and CCCS, everything works:
For the CCCS, I have used
V1, for comodity, since it's already there, otherwise you would have had to add a zero-valued voltage source in series with
R1 (with correct polarity).
As a side note, in your schematic, you're labeling the ground net with
C, which can be done, but it's completely useless. IIRC, except the ground, naming the same net more than once means LTspice will use the latest label.
Also see this answer, it's the same.