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Greece's creditors expected to ease terms ahead of UK Brexit vote

Greek stocks surge and 10-year bond yields fall sharply, as premier claims major breakthrough in debt talks

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Mr Tsipras (centre) at the Cabinet meeting in Athens with Deputy Prime Minister Yannis Dragasakis (left) and Interior and Administrative Reconstruction Minister Panagiotis Kouroumplis on Tuesday.

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GREECE's creditors have given a strong hint that they will be less stringent with the indebted struggling nation as they wish to avoid a crisis ahead of the UK referendum.

The result has been a surge in the Athens stock market and a sharp dip in Greek 10-year bond yields,