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News round-up: Today's main stories

Greece debt talks; markets down; EBS talks; insolvency legislation; IMF warning; Aviva property sale; house prices; and more.

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* European finance ministers pushed bondholders to provide greater debt relief for Greece, denting new found confidence in Europe’s strategy for coping with the two-year-old debt crisis.

* The EU has decided to play a bit of hardball with Greece's banks - for good reason, writes Cliff Taylor.

* Italian and French bonds declined, increasing the extra yield investors demand to hold the securities instead of German bunds, as optimism waned that Greece and its...

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