KARACHI - Profit-taking witnessed in stocks across the board amid thin trade as global commodities fall on growth fears, analyst observed here on Wednesday.The Karachi stock market benchmark KSE-100 share index shed 94.74 points or 0.62 percent to stop the day’s trading at 15,293.39 points as compared to 15,388.13 points of a day earlier. Dealers said with result season near its climax and fall in international equity markets investors opted to book profits. WTL remained the volume leader followed by DGKC and JSCL. KSE-100 fell by 95 points to close at 15,293 with volumes remained healthy clocking at Rs5 b. KSE-Allshare index shed by 62.52 points or 0.58pc to end the session at 10,795.18 points, KSE-30 share index off by 83.19 points or 0.63pc to close the day at 13,111.93 points while KMI-30 share index decreased by 99.91 points or  0.37pc to stop the day at 27,081.74 points. Experts stated that investors booked profits post major earnings announcements at KSE. Consolidation in blue-chip stocks continued. Concerns for outstanding circular debt in energy sector and security unrest in the city played catalyst role in bearish activity at KSE. Turnover of equity market in term of shares settled at 174.197m shares after opening at 182.971m shares and the value of traded shares was rose to Rs 5.135b from Rs 4.880b. Stock market capitalisation settled at Rs 3.901 trillion after opening at Rs3.923 trillion. Trading took place in 337 companies where 167 closed in positive and 133 in negative while the values of 37 stocks remained intact. UniLever PakXD was the biggest price gainer of the day up by Rs 298.50 to Rs 8800 while the top loser was led by Bata (Pak) Limited shed Rs 49.49 to Rs 1050.50 .Active list was topped by worldCall Telecom with 14.723 million shares shed by Re 0.07 to Rs 2.78. Dera Ghazi Khan Cement was on the second position with 10.366 million shares off by Rs 1.73 to stop at Rs 49.73. It was followed by JS Co with 9.406 million shares gained Re 0.08 to close at Rs 14.16, PTCLA with 8.136 million shares down by Re 0.42 to end at Rs 18.61 and Byco Petroleum with 7.593 million shares add 0.56 to lock at Rs 9.11.