Crucial talks between Greece and its creditors to keep the country solvent and within the euro got bogged down again Wednesday amid differences over what kind of reforms the country should make in exchange for loans.

The impasse forced eurozone finance ministers to cut short a meeting, which they plan to resume Thursday. Concern over the lack of progress weighed on financial markets, with stock indexes falling in the U.S., where trading was still open.

Earlier in the day, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras held long talks with key creditors but bickered again over what kind of reforms the country should make in return for much-needed loans.

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