A court-appointed mediator described the meetings as "a frank exchange of views and concerns" but also said divisive issues remained unresolved.
Court orders require the hedge funds to be paid roughly
A midnight Wednesday deadline to avoid a default has put added pressure on negotiators.
A judge ordered the around-the-clock negotiations, saying "real people will be hurt" by a default.
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