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Stock markets in Europe and the United States mostly recovered Wednesday, although the North Korean crisis remained on the minds of investors.Frankfurt finished the day up 0.8 percent, driven higher by carmakers.Shares in Daimler shot 3.2 percent higher after analysts Goldman Sachs switched their advice to buy, saying the stock in the Mercedes-maker were 25 percent undervalued.Moreover, it said changes in legal structure announced by the luxury carmaker last month could lead to a listing of the truck and bus division, which it estimated to be worth 31 billion euros, thus opening up the possibility Daimler could unlock considerable value to shareholders.Shares in BMW and Volkswagen both added 1.6 percent.
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