KARACHI (APP) - The unending selling pressure further eroded values of leading scrips at Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE) Thursday as 100-Index lost 111.80 points to close at 6,878.14, dealers said. The turnover volume was low at 93.595 million shares as prices of only 79 scrips recorded gains while 210 sustained losses and 14 remained unchanged. A dealer at a leading brokerage house said that market opened on a positive note and 100-Index climbed to above 7000 level on fresh buying. However, bears entered the market and pulled down prices by heaving selling and Index went below 6900 level. The market capitalisation eroded by about Rs 32 billion to Rs 2.040 trillion. Jahangir Siddiqui Co was the volume leader with a turnover of 12.081 million shares followed by Pak PTA 5.877 million shares, NBP 4.795 million shares, Dewan Cement 4.615 million shares and D G Khan Cement 4.505 million shares. MCB Bank closed at 142.42, Adamjee Insurance 82.73, Saudi Pak Bank 6.88, Pak PTA 3.10, Jahangir Siddiqui Co 24, D G Khan Cement 23, OGDC 74.31 and NBP 62.76. Siemens Pak recorded the highest gain of Rs 14 to close at 984 followed by Dreamworld which moved up by Rs 11 to 245 while Nestle Pak dipped by Rs 48.58 to 923.17 and Treet Corp went down by Rs 12.25 to 232.75. Meanwhile, Lahore stock market on Thursday witnessed bearish trend as LSE-25 Index lost 35.73 points to close at 2023.36 points as against 2059.09 points on Wednesday. Total turnover also decreased to 9.076 million on the day against 12.397 million shares on Wednesday. Of a total of 109 active scrips traded on the day, only 16 moved up the board, 45 remained in the negative column while another 48 remained unchanged. ICI Pakistan Ltd was top gainer of the day with an increase of Rs 3.11 in its share price to close at Rs 142.50 MCB bank Limited remained the major loser as its share price decreased Rs 6.54 per share to close at Rs 142.08 per share. The Bank of Punjab emerged as volume leader of the day with 0.907 million shares, followed by D.G.Khan Cement with 0.884 million shares and Saudi Pak Commercial Bank Limited with 0.856 million. Meanwhile, the Islamabad Stock Exchange witnessed bearish trends here on Thursday, as the ISE-10 index was down by 25.16 points to close at 1,605.57 in todays trading. A total of 946,952 shares were traded, which were up by 52,532 shares when compared with previous days trading of 894,420 shares. Out of 111 companies share prices of 23 companies recorded increase, share prices of 88 companies registered decrease while that of zero company remained stable. The share prices of ICI Pakistan gained the maximum with Rs. 2.96 per share, while the share prices of Unilever Pakistan dipped by Rs. 20.34 per share. Bank of Punjab, National Bank and DG Khan Cement remained the top trading companies in Thursdays trading with 276,600, 126,910 and 70,400 shares, respectively.