The possibility and the eventual reality of a shutdown of the U.S. federal government have stunted trading in the CMBS secondary mart. “People are very focused on these macro factors,” explained a trader at a New York-based broker-dealer.

By midday Monday, there were just $200 million of CMBS offered in the secondary market, with investors saying traders had hit....

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