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Germany and IMF oppose quick Greek deal, but Athens still hopeful - live updates
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras chat, at the Eastern Partnership meeting in Riga, Latvia. Photograph: ZUMA/REX Shutterstock/ZUMA/REX Shutterstock.
European stocks slip, but notch strongest week in past six  
Germany, France usher Greece back to negotiating table  
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Leading shares reached their highest level since the euphoria on May 8 which followed the Conservative election victory. The FTSE 100 finished up 18.25 points at 7031.72, as investors shrugged off worries about Greece running out of money before ...
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