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⇒ WHAT'S NEW IN TRIFECTA ⇐
We have added several new charts and analytics which will illuminate what is happening in the Energy Markets at a single glance
Global Gasoline Charts offer you a single view of light distillate stocks across the globe
Global Gasoil Charts offer you a single view of middle distillate stocks across the globe
Eurasian Fuel Oil Charts offer you a single view of fuel oil stocks in Europe and Asia
US DOE Data provides you with Analytics on stocks in the US
We would be grateful for feedback on these pages so that we can serve you better.
Learn to Hedge
Hedging is a very sensitive practice which calls for a balance between protecting good profits and ensuring one gets optimum results from the Risk Management Program.
Trifecta can help your organization set up policies on
Selection & Implementation of Trade Capture Systems
A critical aspect of any Trading / Risk Management Program is a good trade capture system which
- When to hedge
- How much to hedge
- How to hedge
- Set up systems and processes to ensure that the organization follows industry best practices
- allows for easy capture of trades
- provides management prompt information about profit and loss, counterparty exposure and exception reporting
- Is easy to implement and maintain
- Is economical
- Trifecta can help your organization select a trade capture system which best meets your needs. Trifecta also has the experience and skills to drive the implementation of the software in an optimal manner
MESSAGE FROM DIRECTOR
Trifecta is a young organization spearheaded by Sukrit Vijayakar, a veteran trader with over 25 years of trading experience in various markets.
Sukrit has set up the front office, middle office and back offices of many trading organizations: giving him marvelous insights into required systems and processes of these ecosystems. His experience covers requirements analysis and scoping, procurement, delivery, integration and implementation of Trade Capturing and Monitoring Software.
He has also trained hundreds of people from different organisations in different aspects trading in general, as well as trading in the oil markets, both physical and derivative.
As a domain expert, he can also help IT organizations liaise better with their clients, by improving their understanding of client needs and therefore significant reduction of software turnarounds.
⇓ Fresh Post ∴ OIL PRICE DIGEST ↵
Crude Oil A small draw down in US crude inventories helped prop oil markets spooked by the spread of the coronavirus from China. Brent crude futures fell $1.17 to settle at $62.04 a barrel. WTI crude futures fell $1.15 to settle at $55.59 a barrel. The session low was for Brent was $61.25, the lowest since early December. WTI hit a low of $54.77, its lowest since November. Two Chinese cities were put in lockd…Read More
Crude Oil Oil prices fell more than 2% on Wednesday as demand concerns as also the impact of the virus started weighing more on investor’s minds. Brent crude futures fell $1.38 to settle at $63.21 a barrel. WTI crude futures fell $1.64 to settle at $56.74 a barrel. Prices extended losses in post-settlement trade on bearish API data. Deaths from the new flu-like virus in China have risen to 17 with more than 540 cases…Read More
Crude Oil Oil prices slumped on news of a new SARS like virus having reached the United States. Brent crude futures fell 20 cents to settle at $64.59 a barrel. WTI crude futures fell 20 cents to settle at $58.38 a barrel. Supply disruptions that have cut Libya’s crude production to a trickle have helped support prices for now. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Monday trimmed back its 2020 global economic growth forecasts by…Read More
Crude Oil Oil prices rose to their highest in more than a week on Monday as a response to the shutdown of Libyan oilfields. Brent crude futures rose 35 cents to settle at $65.20 a barrel. WTI crude futures rose 12 cents to settle at $58.66 a barrel. During the day, touched $66 a barrel, its highest since Jan. 9 WTI made a high of $59.73, the highest since Jan. 10. Foreign powers agreed at…Read More
Crude Oil Oil prices steadied on Friday as sluggish economic growth in China raised concerns over fuel demand and countered optimism from the signing of a China-U.S. trade deal. Brent crude futures rose 23 cents to settle at $64.85 a barrel. WTI crude futures rose 2 cents to settle at $58.54 a barrel. For the week, Brent fell 0.2%, while WTI lost 0.8%. Libyan state oil firm NOC has declared force majeure on oil exports…Read More
Crude Oil Oil rose about 1% on Thursday, as the U.S. Senate approved a revamp of the NAFTA agreement between the US, Canada and Mexico. Brent futures gained 62 cents to settle at $64.62 a barrel. WTI crude rose by 71 cents to settle at $58.52 per barrel. The oil benchmark prices were also supported by a report from the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia showing strong manufacturing activity in the U.S. Mid-Atlantic region and…Read More
Crude Oil Oil prices were down slightly on Wednesday, pressured early by data showing big increases in U.S. refined products. Brent futures lost 49 cents to settle at $64.00 a barrel. WTI crude fell 42 cents to settle at $57.81 per barrel. The US and China signed Phase 1 of their trade agreement yesterday. Under the agreement, China will buy $18.5 billion more in U.S. energy products in the first year and $33.9 billion in…Read More
Crude Oil Oil prices edged higher on Tuesday after five days of declines as the United States and China prepared to sign a preliminary trade deal. Brent futures gained 29 cents to settle at $64.49 a barrel. WTI crude rose 15 cents to settle at $58.23 per barrel. The expected signing of a Phase 1 U.S.-China trade agreement on Wednesday, marking a major step in ending a dispute that has cut global growth and dented…Read More
Crude Oil Oil continued to fall as perceptions of geopolitical risk fell further. Brent futures fell 78 cents to settle at $64.20 a barrel. WTI crude fell 96 cents to settle at $58.08 per barrel. The US Treasury Department on Monday dropped its designation of China as a currency manipulator days before top officials of the world’s two largest economies were due to sign a preliminary trade agreement to ease an 18-month-old tariff war. The…Read More
Crude Oil Oil fell below $65 a barrel on Friday in its first weekly loss since late November, erasing the week’s risk premium added since a U.S. drone strike killed a top Iranian general. Brent futures fell 39 cents to settle at $64.98 a barrel. WTI crude fell 52 cents to settle at $59.04 per barrel. For the week, Brent had a 5.3% loss and WTI had a 6.4% decline Investors also chose to focus…Read More
Crude Oil Oil futures were steady on Thursday after several days of extremely strong and volatile moves. Brent futures fell 5 cents to settle at $65.37 a barrel. WTI crude fell 5 cents to settle at $59.56 per barrel, its lowest close since Dec. 12. During European trading hours Iranian media carried reports of military commanders speaking of further action aimed at expelling U.S. troops from the region. The US House of Representatives passed a…Read More
Crude Oil Oil futures fell more than 4% on Wednesday in a wild swing, soaring close to a four-month high in early trade on an Iranian rocket attack on U.S. forces in Iraq before retreating as the countries quickly ratcheted back tensions. Brent futures fell $2.83, or 4.2%, to settle at $65.44 a barrel, their lowest close since Dec. 16. WTI crude fell $3.09, or 4.9%, to settle at $59.61 per barrel, its lowest close…Read More