Continued selling pressure at the local capital market Friday led to further slide of the benchmark KSE-100 Index by 105 points to 12,130. The day's trade commenced with leveraged investors off-loading their positions, keeping the major indices under pressure.However, as the benchmark Index slipped below the 12,000 level, institutions were witnessed capitalizing on discounted values. Accumulation in select cement, fertilizer and other conventional industry shares helped the benchmark regain some losses. The broader market also remained mixed. Of 318 active scrips, 167 ended on gains, while 134 declined and 17 remained unchanged.Volumes stood improved to 226 million shares as compared to yesterday's 192 million-share turnover. Analysts say that individual investors are still mostly abstaining from assuming fresh positions in the market and that market sentiment may remain weak until the new budget is unveiled. KSE-30 Index shed 221 points to finish at 14,097.