U.S. trade tariffs weigh on investors' minds across Asia.
Financial and energy stocks pulled the benchmark BSE Sensex to a 1.51 percent fall, its sharpest in more than a month.
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The Sensex fell closed at 33,176, ending about 0.4 percent lower for the week while the broader NSE index fell about 1.6 percent to 10,195.15, ending about 0.3 percent for the week.
Both indexes posted their third straight weekly drop and reflected the investor sentiment in broader Asian markets as fears of a trade war due to imposition of U.S. tariffs preyed on investor confidence.
First Published: Mar 16, 2018 10:44 AM IST