The Finance Ministry (MFP) borrowed RON 800 million (about EUR 180.359 million at the day’s exchange rate) from the local banks via an issue of ten-year government bonds, at an average yield of 5.27 percent, Agerpres informs. The all-in demand from the participating banks in the auction amounted to RON 1.087 billion. The auction on Monday will also be followed on Tuesday by an additional session of noncompetitive bids, for the Treasury to draw another RON 80 million. Since the beginning of this year, the MFP borrowed from local banks almost RON 40.5 billion. The Ministry has scheduled to attract from the local banks an indicative volume between 13 and 15 billion in Q4 2013.