A spate of issuers postponed junk bond offerings in the last two weeks because they were unhappy with the high prices demanded by skittish investors.

Pricing has been a problem for issuers ever since the high-yield market downturn last August, and some smaller companies reliant on junk bonds are starting to feel the pinch.

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