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UPDATE 1-Greece wants time for new deal, "cold turkey" on debt

PARIS, Feb 1 - Greece's new government on Sunday offered to produce proposals within a month for a revised debt agreement with its sceptical international partners, insisting it would not take on any more loan tranches in the meantime.

Greek deputy PM says no fears of ECB cutting support to banks

ATHENS, Feb 1 - Greek Deputy Prime Minister Yannis Dragasakis dismissed fears that the ECB may cut vital liquidity support to Greek banks if it fails to agree with international creditors, saying the new government in Athens was confident it would reach an accord.

Stocks, Markets, Financials 2:13pm EST

France is open to lightening Greek debt, not cancellation-Sapin

PARIS, Feb 1 - France is open to easing Greek debt but not cancelling it, French Finance Minister Michel Sapin said in a joint news conference with his Greek counterpart Yanis Varoufakis on Sunday.

Markets, Financials 1:48pm EST

Obama's $4 trillion budget foresees $474 bln deficit -NY Times

WASHINGTON, Feb 1 - President Barack Obama will propose a $4 trillion budget for fiscal year 2016 on Monday that foresees a $474 billion deficit, which would represent a manageable 2.5 percent of U.S. Gross Domestic Product, the New York Times reported on Sunday.

Markets 1:39pm EST

RPT-Greek finmin says Athens must go "cold turkey" on debt

PARIS, Feb 1 - Greece's repayment of its existing debt must be tied to its ability to restore growth, Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis said on Sunday after talks with his French counterpart in Paris.

Markets, Financials 1:19pm EST

Greek finmin says Athens must go "cold turkey" on debt

PARIS, Feb 1 - Greece's repayment of its existing debt must be tied to its ability to restore growth, Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis said on Sunday after talks with his French counterpart in Paris.

Markets, Financials 1:15pm EST

France says will help Greece to reach deal with partners

PARIS, Feb 1 - France said on Sunday it was ready to help Greece's new government find an agreement with international partners, adding that it was legitimate for Athens to be worried about the burden of its debt and seek to alleviate it.

Markets, Financials 1:05pm EST

UPDATE 2-Greece starts drive to sell new debt deal to doubting Europe

* Collective wage bargaining, minimum wage hike planned (Adds quotes from French minister, tax amnesty proposal)

Financials, Markets, 10:08am EST

UPDATE 1-France's Sapin says Greece has no future outside the euro

PARIS, Feb 1 - Greece has no future outside the euro but it is legitimate for the country to want to discuss ways to reduce the weight of its debt, French Finance Minister Michel Sapin said ahead of a meeting with his Greek counterpart Yanis Varoufakis on Sunday.

Currencies, Markets 8:01am EST

France's Sapin says Greece has no future outside the euro

PARIS, Feb 1 - Greece has no future outside the euro but it is legitimate for the country to want to discuss ways to reduce the weight of its debt, French Finance Minister Michel Sapin said ahead of a meeting with his Greek counterpart Yanis Varoufakis on Sunday.

Currencies, Markets 7:41am EST

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