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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
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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 Oil futures gained nearly 2% on Friday as comments from a top U.S. official raised optimism for a U.S.-China trade deal. Brent crude futures gained $ 1.02 to settle at $63.30 a barrel. WTI crude rose 95 cents to settle at $57.72 a barrel. Both benchmarks posted their second straight weekly gain as Brent rose 1.3%, and WTI gained 0.8%. U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said in an interview on Fox Business Network…Read More
Crude Oil Oil prices eased on Thursday as U.S. crude futures were pressured by a build in domestic inventories and record production. Brent crude futures dipped 9 cents to settle at $62.28 a barrel. WTI crude fell 35 cents to settle at $56.77 a barrel. Investor sentiment nevertheless remained optimistic as OPEC forecast lower-than-expected oil surplus. OPEC Secretary General Mohammad Barkindo also said on Wednesday that there would likely be downward revisions of supply going…Read More
Crude Oil Oil prices edged up on Wednesday on positive economic comments from U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell. Brent crude futures rose 31 cents to settle at $62.37 a barrel. WTI crude rose 32 cents to settle at $57.12 a barrel. Powell said the U.S. economy would see a “sustained expansion” with the full impact of recent interest rate cuts still to be felt. OPEC also aid it saw no signs of global recession…Read More
Crude Oil Oil prices ended Tuesday little changed. Brent crude futures fell 12 cents to settle at $62.06 a barrel. WTI crude fell 6 cents to settle at $56.80 a barrel. Prices pared earlier gains after Trump’s remarks to a lunch gathering of The Economic Club of New York included mixed messages about U.S.-China trade talks and excluded specifics about any progress in negotiations. Trump said U.S. and Chinese negotiators were “close” to a “phase…Read More
Crude Oil Oil prices edged lower on Monday as little progress on U.S.-China trade negotiations kept prices pressured. Brent crude futures fell 33 cents to settle at $62.18 a barrel. WTI crude fell 38 cents to settle at $56.86 a barrel. Investors are worried about fallout from the 16-month U.S.-China trade war, which has slowed economic growth around the world and prompted analysts to lower forecasts for oil demand, raising concerns that a supply glut…Read More
Crude Oil Oil prices edged higher on Friday, arguably due to weekend position taking. Brent crude futures rose 22 cents to settle at $62.51 a barrel. WTI crude rose 9 cents to settle at $57.24 a barrel. Brent posted a weekly rise of 1.3%, while WTI gained 1.9%. Oil prices fell earlier on Friday after Trump told reporters he has not agreed to roll back tariffs on China but that Beijing would like him to…Read More
Crude Oil Oil rose above $62 a barrel on Thursday after China hinted at progress towards a trade deal with the United States. Brent crude futures rose 55 cents to settle at $62.29 a barrel. WTI crude futures ended 80 cents higher at $57.15 a barrel. China and the United States have agreed in the past two weeks to cancel tariffs in different phases, the Chinese commerce ministry said on Thursday without giving a timeline.…Read More
Crude Oil Oil prices dropped more than $1 a barrel on Wednesday after a much larger-than-expected build in U.S. crude inventories. Brent crude futures fell $ 1.22 to settle at $61.74 a barrel. WTI crude futures ended 88 cents lower at $56.35 a barrel. Also bearing down on prices were reports that the signing of a U.S.-China trade deal could be delayed until December. Adding to pressures, the International Monetary Fund said euro zone economic…Read More
Crude Oil Oil prices rose more than 1% on Tuesday on hopes that Washington could roll back some tariffs on Chinese imports as a signal to the end of the trade war. Brent crude futures rose 83 cents to settle at $62.96 a barrel. WTI crude futures ended 69 cents higher at $57.23 a barrel. China is pushing U.S. President Donald Trump to remove more tariffs imposed in September as part of a so-called Phase…Read More
Crude Oil Oil prices rose again on Monday with growing optimism about resolution to the US-China tariff war. Brent futures rose 44 cents to settle at $62.13 a barrel. WTI crude futures rose 34 cents to settle at $56.54 a barrel.. Chinese President Xi Jinping and U.S. President Donald Trump have been in continuous touch through “various means,” China said on Monday, when asked when and where the two leaders might meet to sign a…Read More
Crude Oil Oil prices rose nearly 4% on Friday on signs of progress in U.S.-China trade talks and stronger-than-expected economic data in both countries. Brent futures rose $ 2.07 to settle at $61.69 a barrel. WTI crude futures rose $ 2.02 to settle at $56.20 a barrel.. For the week, Brent dropped 0.4% while WTI fell about 0.8% in the week. U.S.-China trade talks are progressing well and the United States aims to sign an…Read More
Crude Oil Oil prices fell on Thursday after data showed weak factory activity in China. However, Brent prices staged a smart recovery to end the day marginally positive. The expiring Brent December contract fell 38 cents to settle at $60.23 a barrel. The January contract settled at $59.62 a barrel. WTI crude futures fell 88 cents to settle at $54.18 a barrel.. Official data from China showed factory activity shrank for a sixth straight month…Read More