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Eyas Gaming Ltd eager to enter Germany’s regulated online gaming space

Eyas Gaming Ltd eager to enter Germany’s regulated online gaming space

Eyas Gaming Ltd, a new online gaming brand founded by gaming veterans Bede Gaming chairman Joseph Saumarez-Smith and Rank Group director Adam Joseph, is hopeful that the regulation of the German gambling market will enable it to build a market-leading product.

Audi e-tron 50 SUV would start at $55,000 in Europe

Audi e-tron 50 SUV would start at $55,000 in Europe

German automaker Audi has started released pricing information for its new ‘e-tron 50’ electric SUV in different European countries. The automaker has lately disclosed the price of the vehicle in Norway.

Volkswagen reduces price of e-Golf in German Market

Volkswagen reduces price of e-Golf in German Market

According to reports, German automaker Volkswagen (VW) has made a downward revision in the price of e-Golf electric car in its home country.

Twitter Invests in Global Online Audio Distribution Platform SoundCloud

Twitter Invests in Global Online Audio Distribution Platform SoundCloud

Reportedly Twitter has invested in Germany based SoundCloud, which is a global online audio distribution platform and allows the users to record, share, upload, and promote originally-created, sounds.

European Central Bank will Phase Out €500 Note by 2018

European Central Bank will Phase Out €500 Note by 2018

Bigger the note better it is for money launderers and other criminals and keeping that in mind the European Central Bank decided to phase out 500-euro notes. On Wednesday, the European Central Bank announced that it will discontinue with _500 note which is worth roughly $575.

Deutsche Bank Expected to Post Loss for Q4 as Legal Charges and Restructuring Costs Increase

Deutsche Bank Expected to Post Loss for Q4 as Legal Charges and Restructuring Costs IncreaseThe biggest bank of Germany, Deutsche Bank AG, is expected to post a loss of 2.1 billion-euro for Q4 as it set aside more amount of money to settle legal costs and a restructuring charge.

Deutsche Bank said the full year revenue is expected to be close to 33.5 billion euros. The net loss for the period is expected to be

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