No deal at Eurogroup but also no clear way forward

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As expected, Wednesday's Eurogroup failed to result in an agreement for Greece and the eurozone but the gap between the two sides was emphasised by the absence of a joint statement at the end of the meeting.

Eurogroup chief Jeroean Dijsselbloem admitted that there was a lack of an agreement on how to progress and a common declaration could not be issued even though at one stage of the evening it appeared that a statement would be issued.

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