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don't worry about that nnnnn nnnnn , reassurance but still no sign of a deal the greek prime minister emerging from late night be like talks wednesday seeing an agreement was within sight , but the rhetoric still suggests fundamental differences remain , mike peacock is reuters europe editor , the overall envelope of of of what greeks finances should look like they're getting closer , his party bustling to receiving support from voters at home on wednesday a spokesman reiterating that the government won't sign an ultimatum instead it would rather hold a new election if forced into a corner , cool demo asking too much of the greek government would prevent the return of growth in grace , but not asking anything or not enough would have consequences on the entire eurozone do doesn't , after four months of negotiations athens is perilously close to running out of money , so we're talking three weeks or less , they've only got a few weeks to reach an agreement otherwise default is an elf , its creditors have signaled a will to compromise no simply by luring very much surplus they want a name budget to generate disservice athens dates , but cypresses sticking to a plan of his own are urging the eurozone to show some realism and calling for a deal that would let greece escape from economic asphyxiation