U.S. stocks rose on Monday after Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin told Fox News on Sunday that the U.S. is putting the trade war with China "on hold."

While investors are relieved, according to Nana Adae, global investment specialist, J.P. Morgan Private Bank, this market is very reactive to news and tweets from President Trump. Trade worries still remain in the background, she said.

Adae likes health care, technology and financials stocks for 2018.

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