The stock of HealthCare.gov has hit a new all-time low as it continues to struggle with an expected shortfall in enrollment and high costs for the government to reimburse providers.
The stock, which has traded at $35.74, is down more than 8 percent from its $40.80 close on Wednesday.
The company’s stock closed at $37.42.
The market’s biggest loser so far in the health insurance exchange market was HCA, whose stock dropped as much as 11 percent to $46.40.
HealthCare.com has already reported it has reached a critical milestone of 50 million people who have signed up for coverage under the law.