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DAILY BRIEFING: Acacia Mining soars after Tanzania deal

Its owner, Barrick Gold, will give Tanzania a 16pc stake in three gold mines, a 50 per cent share of revenues from those mines and a payment of £227.8m.
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ALEX BRUMMER: Rate rise peril for shares

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Archie Norman, 63, has wasted little time getting his tootsies under the table since his arrival from ITV. I expect this is one of wee Archie’s imaginative ruses to incentivise staff.
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