KARACHI - Bourse closed bearish amid thin trade on cautious note ahead of federal budget announcement due next month. Investor concerns over new restrictions on US aid and uncertainty over resumption of NATO supplies affected the sentiments despite hopes for early resolutions. At Karachi stock market benchmark KSE-100 share index lost 1.72 points or 0.01 percent to stop day’s trading at 14,228.77 points as compared to the 14,230.49 points of the last working day on Friday. Equity dealer said after last week fall investors remained cautious amid uncertainty on Pak-US relationship. As a result, volumes fell to 100 million shares approximately compare to last week average daily volumes of 261 million shares. PTC and cement stocks remained in the limelight while some selling was witnessed in oil stocks on the back of decline in international oil prices. KSE-Allshare index misplaced 2.19 points or 0.02 percent to finish the day at 9,985.47 points, KSE-30 share index shed 37.02 points or 0.30 percent to end the day at 12,410.41 points while KMI-30 share index decreased 39.40 points or 0.16 percent to close the day at 24,558.99 level. Expert observed that security concerns in the city, limited foreign interest, fall in global stocks and commodities on Euro zone debt crisus, power outrages to industrial sector and outstanding circular debt issues in Pakistan energy sector played catalyst role in bearish sentiments. Market traded 101.423 million shares as compared to the 236.945 million shares of last working day. Activity took place in 374 companies where gainers outnumbered losers 153 to 128 while the values of 93 stocks remained intact. PTCLA was the top traded company of the day with 11.272 million shares as it closed at Rs 16.36 after opening at Rs16.08 gained Re 0.28. It was followed by JSCo with 9.144 million shares added Re 0.41 to close at Rs 16.19, DGK Cement with 7.897 million shares increased Re 0.44 to lock at Rs 44.95, Lotte PakPTA with 6.474 million shares up Re 0.01 to end at Rs 9.54 and Engro Corporation with 4.781 million shares gained Re 0.38 to seal at Rs 108.37. Unilever FoodSPOT and Mitchell Fruit were  the highest price gainers of the day increased by Rs 133.85 and Rs 9.60 while the top losers were led by Nestle Pakistan Ltd and Rafhan MaizeXD with Rs 205.81 and Rs 79.75 respectively.