Look at the market since the beginning of the "default crisis". The market only went up. Which means washington's make believe default line doesn't matter to the financial world. The government never stopped collecting taxes during this shutdown, ergo, it never can possibly default. The only thing default did, was forcefully stop the alcoholic from grabbing another fifth.
The current price of the stock market is not so important an economic indicator that you can ignore all the actual harm that has been done. The chief economist of Moody's, Mark Zandi, stated this morning that the shutdown and debt limit crisis has undeniably caused economic losses. He backed up the ~$20 billion figure that Bob Boucher cited.
It's not reflected in the stock indices, but you simply cannot deny that harm has been done. Having 800,000 federal employees sitting around doing nothing has done harm and there's no way around that. They were not productive, but they have to get paid. Small businesses can't get loans. National Parks were closed and communities near the parks lost tourism dollars.