© Reuters. Turkish Lira and Dollar banknotes are seen in this picture illustration
ISTANBUL (Reuters) – The Turkish lira traded flat against the dollar on Monday as markets reopened after last week’s holiday, with investor attention set to refocus on a bitter dispute between Ankara and Washington over an American pastor being tried in Turkey.
The lira , which has weakened 37 percent against the U.S. currency this year, stood at 6.00, unchanged from Friday’s close and the level a week ago when Turkish markets closed for the Muslim festival of Eid al-Adha.
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