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Over the last month, oil prices have remained relatively steady after their 31% run up from late December to mid-February. This is largely attributable to the United States adding more supply to the market.
But every day, it seems like there are new concerns about global economies. No Brexit plan is in place despite this month's fast-approaching deadline. China has slashed its 2019 economic growth outlook. The ECB reduced its growth expectations last Thursday. And on Friday, the U.S. Labor Department released a chilling jobs report that fell well short of economists' expectations.
All these factors could weigh negatively on the price of oil. But despite these challenges, oil prices are poised to move higher in 2019 and 2020. Today, we're going to explain why oil prices will move higher in 2019 and 2020 – and give you the three best energy dividend stocks that are poised to break out according to the Money Morning Stock VQScore™ system.