Romania finmin says sells 2030 bonds at 3.50% yield

The ministry, which planned to sell 400mln on Monday, last sold the paper in July, at 3.36%

  

BUCHAREST- Romania's finance ministry sold a higher than planned 442 million lei ($106.94 million) of 2030 bonds on Monday at an annual average yield of 3.50%, the central bank said.

The ministry, which planned to sell 400 million on Monday, last sold the paper in July, at 3.36%.

Debt managers sold 34.6 billion lei and 1.48 billion euros worth of domestic bonds, as well as 7.0 billion euros of 2030, 2033 and 2041 Eurobonds this year.

($1 = 4.1331 lei)

(Reporting by Radu Marinas) ((radu.marinas@thomsonreuters.com; +40 21 527 04 33))


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