An inverted yield curve is usually a danger signal for banks and the economy at large, but experts aren't especially worried about the recent flattening of the curve.

The yield on six-month and one-year Treasury securities has dipped below the yield on three-month securities, they say, simply because traders are betting on another cut in interest rates by the Federal Reserve - and fairly soon.

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