Divergent pricing expectations between Korean Air Lines (KAL) and investors forced the issuer to pull its hybrid bond on Tuesday evening after a two-day syndication process. The cancellation has dashed hopes of a comeback in high yield issuance from South Korea as the single-B rated trade was slated to be the first since September 2010. Addison Gong reports.
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