Aug 18 (Reuters) - Romania sold a more than planned 447.0 million lei ($93.25 million) worth of September 2031 bonds and a less than planned 375.7 million lei ($78.38 million) worth of 11-month treasury bills on Thursday, with the average accepted yield of 7.68% and 7.45% respectively, central bank data showed.
Debt managers, who had planned to sell 200 million lei of the 2031 bonds, last tendered them in January at an average yield of 5.45%. They had also planned to sell 400 million lei of the new 11-month treasury bills. Romania last sold similar bills in July at an average yield of 8.85%.
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