JDE Peet’s IPO

A merger between coffee giants Jacobs Douwe Egberts and Peet’s Coffee led to a €15.6 billion IPO for a newly-formed company – JDE Peet’s – in May 2020. Discover how you could profit from the share price and learn more the listing.

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JDE Peet’s IPO

A merger between coffee giants Jacobs Douwe Egberts and Peet’s Coffee led to a €15.6 billion IPO for a newly-formed company – JDE Peet’s – in May 2020. Discover how you could profit from the share price and learn more the listing.

Call 0800 195 3100 or email newaccounts.uk@ig.com to talk about opening a trading account. We’re here 24 hours a day, from 8am Saturday to 10pm Friday.

Contact us: 0800 195 3100

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When did JDE Peet’s list?

JDE Peet’s listed on Amsterdam’s Euronext exchange on 29 May 2020 – five days earlier than planned, following particularly strong interest from investors. The listing was confirmed just ten days earlier, reflecting increased interest in the home-brew coffee market amid the challenges caused by Covid-19.

What is JDE Peet’s valued at?

JDE Peet’s floated at €31.50 a share, and rose by 18% before the end of the trading day. Shares closed at €36.60, pushing its final valuation to €15.6 billion.

What is the JDE Peet’s business model?

JDE Peet’s is a coffee and tea company, which manages both production and various coffee-shop chains. It was formed through the merger of Jacobs Douwe Egberts and Peet’s Coffee. Combined, it manages brands such as L’OR, Jacobs Coffee, Douwe Egberts, Senseo and Tassimo. JDE Peet’s is the second largest company of its kind by volume, after Nestlé. The newly listed company now operates in more than 140 countries and is aiming to generate about €7 billion in revenue.

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How do IPOs work?

An IPO – short for ‘initial public offering’ – happens when a company decides to list its shares on an exchange. This means the public can then buy or trade the shares. IPOs can create a lot of public interest, especially if the company is doing well. To learn more about IPOs and how they work, watch this short video.

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You could profit from the JDE Peet’s IPO before and after the listing with IG. You could either trade our exclusive grey market before the IPO, or trade or invest in JDE Peet’s shares after the listing. Trading the shares will be profitable if your prediction of the share price movement is correct. If you choose to buy the shares outright, you will profit if the share price goes up and receive dividend payments if they are made.

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