Bears grew further strong on Friday, taking away 247 points from the benchmark KSE-100 Index which finished the day at 14,232. The downgrading of Pakistan's foreign currency's rating by Standard & Poors shook confidence of the investors who opted for off loading their holdings. The trade volume was registered at 160 million shares down by 10 million compared to yesterday's trading. Pak Premier Fund emerged top volume leader which shed 10 paisas to close at Rs13.10.  KSE-30 Index declined by 373 points to 16,882. Market analysts forecast short recovery in the coming week.