Investors in bank corporate bonds and trust-preferred securities are becoming more skittish about the possibility of an interest rate hike.

Although Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan hasn't said anything new in the past week about raising interest rates, investors' fears have increased that next week's Federal Open Market Committee meeting could be the one at which the Fed finally acts to stave off inflation.

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