BUCHAREST: Romania sold a planned 600 million lei ($146.56 million) worth of one-year treasury bills on Thursday, with the average accepted yield at 3.16 percent, central bank data showed.
Debt managers last tendered one-year bills in November at an average yield of 3.32 percent.
On Thursday, they also sold a more than planned 538 million lei worth of Feb. 2029 treasury bonds.
So far this year, Romania has sold roughly 41.9 billion lei and 612 million euros of domestic debt.
The finance ministry has also tapped foreign markets for 3.75 billion euros of 2028, 2029, 2030, 2039 Eurobonds and $1.2 billion of 2048 dollar bonds.