(Bloomberg) -- Late-night negotiations between the Greek,
French and German government leaders ended without any sign of a
breakthrough that will unlock bailout funds and ensure Greece’s
future in the euro region.
With time running out for a deal to free up the remaining
7.2 billion-euro ($8 billion) tranche of aid, talks between
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, President Francois Hollande and
Chancellor Angela Merkel broke up shortly before 1 a.m. on
Friday in the Latvian capital Riga with the three agreeing only
to stay in close contact.