Stocks on Bursa Malaysia closed lower on selling pressure yesterday, following Wall Street's slump last week. The bourse was dragged down by weak regional market sentiment, as the market is concerned about the global economy as it may be heading for another recession as Europe's debt crisis worsens and US economic growth slows. The FBM KLCI fell 19.61 points, or 1.41%, to close at 1,367.52 after opening 5.32 points lower at 1,381.81. Decliners thumped advancers by 560 to 167 while 201 counters were unchanged. Turnover declined to 631.32 million shares worth RM1.14 billion from 1.1 billion shares worth RM1.85 billion last Friday.