Releases German Market Data Effective December 1, 2001

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VANCOUVER, British Columbia and FRANKFURT, Germany, Nov. 30, 2001 (PRIMEZONE) -- (OTCBB:EBNK) (FSE: TDR WKN 920952), the world's first streaming, multi-lingual market data provider, is announcing they will commence streaming, real-time German market data effective December 1, 2001.

Our fee will remain at the same competitive price: $17.00 US per month plus the applicable exchange fees. The exchanges included in our German service are Neuer Markt, Xetra Frankfurt, Eurex, and the GSE, which includes floor trading data at the main stock exchange in Frankfurt as well as from the seven regional exchanges (Berlin, Bremen, Dusseldorf, Hamburg, Hanover, Munich and Stuttgart). We will be accepting subscriptions from professionals and non-professionals.

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About AlphaTrade is an exciting alternative to high-priced stock quote services. Alphatrade's real-time, streaming stock information is designed for use by both professionals and novice investors and traders. Aptly named E-Gate, this multilingual service is an electronic gateway to a comprehensive stock quote system that includes quotes, news, intraday and historical charts, most actives, and much more. E-Gate is designed to provide access to financial information in an easy-to-use format, at less cost and greater convenience than any other product on the market today. Subscribers do not need to purchase, lease or download any software. All of the financial applications are available via the Internet for a low monthly subscription price. Please try a free demo at or subscribe directly at our Website or

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