Mortgage.com got a chilly reception when it went public last week as investors grew more finicky about Internet stocks.

The Plantation, Fla., company had hoped to raise $112 million, but its initial public offering realized only $56.5 million. Its chief underwriter, Credit Suisse First Boston, set out to sell 7.5 million shares at $10 to $12 per share, but trading opened at $8, and only 7 million shares were traded. The shares were trading at $8.375 at midday Friday, up $1 from Thursday's close.

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