FRANKFURT, July 24 (Reuters) - German luxury carmaker Daimler said on Wednesday its net profit before minorities tripled to 4.58 billion euros ($6.05 billion) in the second quarter thanks to a significant one-off gain from the revaluation and sale of its EADS stake. Earnings per share rose to 2.65 euros from 1.39 euros a year earlier, with 1.40 euros stemming from the EADS effect. Daimler had said back in March that its second-quarter net profit after minorities ...
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