- After going public almost two weeks ago, SurveyMonkey shares fell 9 percent Wednesday.
- It's trading below IPO price for the first time.
Shares of online survey company, SurveyMonkey fell 7 percent on Wednesday, dipping below the stock's IPO price for the first time.
The survey company, which ran privately for almost 20 years, went public almost two weeks ago at an initial selling price of $12. Shares popped 42 percent in the stock's opening day.
The stock finished trading Wednesday at $11.94.
After hours SurveyMonkey announced that it had paid down $100 million in debt.
The rest of the tech sector was also down Wednesday. The S&P tech sector shed 3 percent in morning trading.