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The benchmark BSE index posted its worst monthly fall in more than two years, raising concerns a strong rally that saw indexes surge in the fiscal year was waning due to concerns about stock valuations and a more gradual economic growth. The BSE index ended down 0.07 percent, while the broader NSE index lost 0.02 percent.
* Yen firmer as weak Tokyo shares weigh on risk sentiment (Update markets action, change dateline, previous LONDON)
LONDON, April 1 - Political worries trumped good economic news on Wednesday, sending sterling down against the dollar and the euro, with investors growing increasingly jittery about next month's too-close-to-call British election.