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Jawboning a capital gains tax

A rise of 13% in Auckland's median house price to $720,000 this month from $637,000 in March last year has prompted the bank to look at policy choices to dampen the market's heat.

Sally Lindsay for NBR NZ Property Investor
Wed, 22 Apr 2015

The Reserve Bank’s murmurings about a capital gains tax could throw up some interesting economic and market possibilities if it ever eventuates, funds manager Harbour Asset Management reckons. 

A rise of 13% in Auckland’s median house price to $720,000 this month from $637,000 in March last year

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Sally Lindsay for NBR NZ Property Investor
Wed, 22 Apr 2015
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