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Feb 21 (Reuters) - Jyske Bank:
* The Danish bank sees a 50 percent chance of a "reasonable result" in 2017, 30 percent chance of a "normal year", and 20 percent chance of a "bad year", its chief executive Anders Dam says in a Reuters telephone interview
* Dam says Jyske Bank will be among the last Danish banks to implement negative interest rates for retail clients
* "If the other banks do it, and we are flooded with deposits as a result of that, we would have to it as well. But we have no plans to do it at the moment," Dam said.
* Dam says he will not comment on whether Jyske Bank will raise contribution rates in its mortgage unit in 2017.
* "We gave a guarantee for 2016. And we will not comment any further on our pricing," Dam said.
* Shares opened down 3.1 percent but has since regained some of the loss and traded 1.3 percent down at 0803 GMT
* For more on the Q4 earnings, click here: Further company coverage: (Reporting by Teis Jensen, editing by Stine Jacobsen)