KARACHI - Stock closed bearish amid thin trade on macroeconomic concerns. Fall in FDI during first quarter ‘12, concerns for gas shortfall for industrial sector, rising political uncertainty and security unrest in city affected the sentiments. At local equity market, the benchmark KSE 100 share index shed by 19.68 points or 0.13 percent to close the day at 15,654.62 points as compared to 15,764.30 points of the previous day In terms of share market traded 91.253 after opening at 82.838 million shares and the value of traded shares minimise to Rs 2.701 billion to Rs 3.038 billion. The capitalisation of equity market maintained at Rs 3.932 trillion as compared to 3.934 trillions of the day earlier.Experts said bearish activity continued amid consolidation in stocks across the board in the quarter end earnings announcement session despite recovery in global stocks and commodities. Institutional support witnessed in selected blue chip stocks on speculations ahead of earning announcements.Trading took place in 320 companies where losers beet the gainers 164 to 124 while the value of 32 stocks remained intact. Unilever food was the biggest price gainer of the day up by Rs 170 to close at Rs 3570. While the top loser of the day Millat tractors XD decreased by Rs5.19 to finish at Rs485.71. Dealers said corporate results so far not able to impress the market, dull activity was seen at Karachi exchange. Major volume was seen in PTC that surprised the market by posting a loss due to employee separation scheme. After falling in last few sessions some recovery was seen in Engro Corporation. PTCLA was the volume leader of the day with 23.369 million shares as it closed at Rs18.66 after opening at Rs19.24. JS Growth Fund was on the second position with 5.068 million shares. It was followed by Sui South Gas, PICIC Growth and Nishat Chun Pow SPOT with 3.925 million, 3.567 million and 3.166 million shares respectively.