put pressure on Greece's private creditors to accept a lower interest rate on their loans

Stock markets have fallen as eurozone finance ministers continue to put pressure on Greece's private creditors to accept a lower interest rate on their loans to Athens.
UK and French share indexes closed lower on Tuesday, while Wall Street fell on opening.
Ministers said creditors must take less than the 4% they had offered and urged both sides to reach a deal this week.
A deal is necessary for Greece to receive the bailout funds it needs.
Without the funds, Athens will not be able to make billions of euros of loan repayments due in March.
The FTSE 100 index in London closed down 0.5%, while the Cac 40 in Paris fell 0.3%, but the Dax in Frankfurt reversed earlier losses to close slightly up by the end of trading, gaining 0.4%.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average in New York was down 0.3% in morning trading.
Ministers confirmed that 130bn euros ($169bn; £108bn) was available for the country, but also called on Greece to accelerate structural reforms to strengthen its economy before funds would be released.
However, Charles Dallara, head of the Institute of International Finance (IIF), which is representing Greece's private creditors in negotiations with Athens, warned Europe was putting a "decade of progress at risk" over the management of the talks.
He added the 4% figure was a firm statement of their intent. He said: "Our offer is on the table and our position is clear."
He added Europe must keep the support of the private sector, given the massive amounts of debt that have to be refinanced from France to Portugal.
He added that there was not a country that did not need investment from the private sector.
"Investors need to feel confident in their investments in sovereign debt,'' he said.
Separately, figures suggested that private sector activity in the eurozone grew for the first time in five months in January.
Initial estimates from the closely-watched Markit PMI survey gave a reading of 50.4, up from 48.3 in December. Any number above 50 suggests growth.

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