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LONDON/PARIS (Reuters) - It took just three days to sell shares in JDE Peet’s JDEP.AS as investors facing a dearth of opportunities because of the coronavirus-induced slow-down rushed to secure a dose of the world’s No. 2 maker of packaged coffee. FILE PHOTO: L'or and Douwe Egberts coffee packets are seen at a Carrefour supermarket in Brussels, Belgium, May 22, 2020. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir/File Photo. JDE Peet’s JDEP.AS, whose brands include Douwe Egberts, Peet’s Coffee and Jacobs, is Europe’s biggest initial public offering (IPO) this year. It raised 2.25 billion euros ($2.50 billion) in its market debut on Friday. A total of 20 banks are expected to pocket an overall $59.8 million in fe... Full story

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