BUCHAREST, July 16 (Reuters) - Romania's finance ministry said it sold a planned 500 million lei ($118.07 million) of July 2025 treasury bonds on Thursday at average accepted yields of 3.79%.
Debt managers last issued the paper in June at 3.71%.
So far this year, Romania sold roughly 44 billion lei of local currency bills and bonds as well as 150 million euros worth of euro-denominated paper, and tapped foreign markets for 6.3 billion euros worth of Eurobonds.
It also sold 10-year dollar-denominated bonds worth $1.3 billion and $2 billion of 30-year bonds on the external market.
Avg. accepted price
Highest accepted yield
Tail (highest yield minus average yield)
990.5 mln lei
1.66 bln lei
500.0 mln lei
1.26 bln lei
($1 = 4.2347 lei)
(Reporting by Radu Marinas)
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