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Deutsche Bank shares slump after posting 3rd consecutive loss

Deutsche Bank posts third consecutive annual loss. Shares fall more almost 6%. CEO John Cryan cites a "challenging market." LONDON – Shares in Deutsche Bank on Friday fell almost 6% after the lender posted its third consecutive annual net loss. Deutsche Bank, Germany's largest lender, reported a full year loss of €497 million ($621 million) for 2017 against analyst consensus forecasts of a €290 million loss, according to nine banks and brokerages surveyed by Reuters.
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