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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

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.


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,...

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