FRANKFURT, Sept 25 (Reuters) - The Quandt family, largest shareholder in car maker BMW , is not interested in DaimlerChrysler , a newspaper reported on Tuesday in an article ahead of publication on Wednesday. Speculation the family would buy into DaimlerChrysler drove the car maker's shares higher on Monday and traders said the Quandt family was interested in acquiring a 3 percent stake. "There is absolutely nothing to it," a Quandt family spokesman told the Handelsblatt. The family had ...
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