* NSE settles down 0.89%, BSE 1.02% lower
* GDP data due on Friday
BENGALURU, Aug 29 (Reuters) - Indian shares fell for a second day on Thursday, led by losses in financial stocks, as fears of a global recession and worsening U.S.-China trade relations hurt investor sentiment.
The broader NSE index closed down 0.89% at 10,948.30, while the benchmark BSE index ended 1.02% lower at 37,068.93.
The Nifty’s state-run bank index closed down 2.7% with all 10 constituents in the red. State Bank of India was the top loser on the indexes, finishing the session with a more than 3% fall. Shares of Jammu and Kashmir Bank Ltd settled 5.75% lower.
Reliance Industries Ltd and ITC Ltd were among the top non-financial losers on the indexes. Both stocks shed over 2% on Thursday.
Meanwhile, the blue-chip Pharam index settled 2.25% higher, with shares of Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd closing at its highest in over two weeks.
For the mid-day report, click (Reporting by Chandini Monnappa in Bengaluru; editing by Gopakumar Warrier)