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November 20, 2006 14:04 ET

eResearch Issues Initiating Report on GC-Global Capital Corp.

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(CCNMatthews - Nov. 20, 2006) - eResearch analysts, Bill Campbell, B.Comm. and Bob Weir, B.SC., B.Comm., CFA have written an Initiating Report on GC-Global Capital Corp. (TSX VENTURE:GDE.A). Global Capital is a newly-formed merchant bank that provides short-term bridge loans in the $200,000 to $3.0 million bracket to small-cap companies in a wide range of industries across Canada and the United States.

In the Report, the Analysts stated that "A key strength is that the Company is fast and flexible in developing financing packages for its clients. This is attractive to small-cap companies which require temporary financing to cover cash flow shortfalls until more permanent financing can be arranged."

The Analysts added, "... management's strategy of expanding its lending activities to small cap companies and further growth in its lending to and providing consulting services to specialized recreational real estate developments in the U.S.A., should enable the Company to continue building its net asset value over the next several years."

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GC-Global Capital Corp. paid eResearch a fee of C$17,500 + GST to conduct research on the Company, on an Annual Continuous Coverage basis.

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