A sudden rise in bond yields has stymied what had looked to be a big week for bank issuance of subordinated debt.

About $800 million in subordinated debt was expected to come to market, but now it looks like some of that Tier 2 capital-raising will be put off until the market rebounds. Other banks, hoping to take advantage of low interest rates, wound up paying a lot more than expected.

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