By Tom Sims and Andreas FramkeREUTERS - Deutsche Bank's warning last week of a third year of losses has prompted some investors to question whether John Cryan should be given more time to turn around the bank, after less than three years as chief executive.After the initial shock of Friday's announcement by Deutsche Bank that it would post a third consecutive annual loss in 2017, some shareholders are now airing their impatience.Several top 20 shareholders contacted by Reuters say that Deutsche Bank must swiftly close the gap with its U.S. rivals by winning back market share and improving the ...
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