The U.S. dollar continues to suffer from what some analysts call the Rodney Dangerfield effect: It can't seem to get any respect.

Borrowing a phrase from Dangerfield's well-known stand-up comedy act, foreign exchange traders have dubbed the greenback a second rate currency and a target of selling in global markets, a development that has not gone unnoticed by bond investors.

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