"The markets hate the uncertainty so it's a fascinating news that eliminates one of the major barriers to US economic growth and prosperity and better financial market conditions," says Chris Rupkey, chief financial economist at MUFG.
In the coming months, lawmakers must vote to pay American debt debt. Otherwise, the United States may default on its loan repayments. That could signal that America will not pay its lenders, possibly sending a shock through the US Treasury market, which the government hopes to fund its programs and make up for the massive budget deficit .
The shutdown deal provides investors with hope that politicians will not shoot themselves on foot again when the stakes may be higher.
OPEC, the oil cartel headed by Saudi Arabia, has announced Tuesday that it will reduce production of 800,000 barrels a day. That neglects investors' concerns that a global economic slowdown continues to hurt the need, and oil producers are not doing enough to slow production.
Crude prices in the US have reached 2% Tuesday to $ 53.56 in a barrel.
Oil has risen over the last few weeks after sanctions from Venezuela, the United States, a major supplier of crude in the world. Iranian sanctions also support oil prices.
But crude production in the United States has increased in oil weight over the past year. However, oil prices may increase between 10% and 15% this year due to OPEC's cut and cut production, Francisco Blanch, head of research at Bank of America's global merchandise Merrill Lynch to Julia Chatterly on CNNi's "First Move" Tuesday.  Energy stocks have gathered. Hess at ) Devon Energy (