BUCHAREST, Oct 10 (Reuters) - Romania sold a planned 150 million euros ($202.75 million) worth of three-year treasury bonds on Thursday, at an yield of 2.48 percent, central bank data showed.
Debt managers last sold three-year euro-denominated paper on the domestic market on July 18, at an yield of 2.75 percent. On Thursday, bids totalled roughly 512 million euros.
So far this year, Romania has sold just under 38 billion lei in bonds and bills on the domestic market. Including today's tender, it sold roughly 1.6 billion euros domestically, and has tapped foreign markets twice.
Also on Thursday, it sold a planned 1 billion lei in three-year treasury bonds. ($1 = 0.7398 euros)
(Reporting by Radu Marinas) Keywords: ROMANIA DEBT/EURO
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