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Yileds fell at Tuesday's auction of seven-year euro-denominated Bulgarian government bonds as the offer was heavily oversubscribed.
The Finance Ministry said on Wednesday it has reopened the issued dated 30 April 2014, offering EUR 35 M worth of government bonds.
The average weighted annual ayield dropped to 2.20% from 2.26% at the previous reopening on May 26.
Some 45% of Bulgarian pensioners continue to work, the European Union's statistics office Eurostat has claimed.
In 2012, the year for which latest EU labor market statistics were available, about 15% of all employed Bulgarian pensioners continued working mainly for financial reasons, while less than 10% did so mainly for non-financial reasons such as job satisfaction.
Presidential candidate Klaus Iohannis, the chair of the National Liberal Party thinks that Romania has failed to stand out as a partner of NATO and of the European Union; speaking on Monday night at the Realitatea TV station, he said the country did not come up with its own ideas and approaches, hence a change is necessary in the foreign policy.