Trifecta in News
⇒ 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 Crude prices fell about 3% on Tuesday, dropping for a third day after the U.S. government warned Americans to prepare for the disease. Brent futures fell $ 1.35 to settle at $54.95 a barrel. WTI crude futures settled $ 1.53 lower at $49.90 a barrel. At a global level, the death toll from the COVID-19 in rose to 2699 (+65 DoD) yesterday, with the total number of confirmed infections at 80997 80,148 (+849…Read More
Crude Oil Oil prices slumped by nearly 4% on Monday as the rapid spread of the Covid 19 virus in countries outside China added to investor concerns over the effect on demand for crude. Brent futures fell $ 2.20 to settle at $56.30 a barrel. WTI crude futures settled $ 1.95 lower at $51.43 a barrel. Global equities also extended losses as worries about the impact of the virus grew, with the number of cases…Read More
Crude Oil Oil prices fell about 1% on Friday on renewed concerns about crude demand being pinched by the economic impact of the Covid 19 outbreak. Brent futures fell 81 cents to settle at $58. a barrel. WTI crude futures settled 45 cents higher at $53.38 a barrel. Both benchmarks were on track for their second consecutive weekly rise, with Brent up 2% and U.S. crude rising 2.6%, as fears over the virus’ impact on…Read More
Crude Oil Oil prices were up slightly on Thursday after the U.S. government reported a much smaller-than-anticipated rise in crude stocks. Brent futures rose 19 cents to settle at $59.31 a barrel. WTI crude futures settled 45 cents higher at $53.78 a barrel. The more-active second-month WTI benchmark was up 45 cents at $53.94 a barrel. Gains were capped by worries about the spread of the Covid 19 outside China. The death toll from the…Read More
Crude Oil Oil prices gained more than 2% on Wednesday as worries eased about demand declining due to the spread of coronavirus cases in China. Brent futures rose $1.37 to settle at $59.712 a barrel. WTI crude futures settled $1.24 higher at $53.29 a barrel. Wall Street reached new highs on optimism China would stimulate its economy and counteract the impact of the outbreak. China is expected to cut its benchmark lending rate on Thursday…Read More
Crude Oil Oil prices were near flat on Tuesday, pressured by concerns over the impact on crude demand from the coronavirus outbreak in China. Brent futures rose 8 cents to settle at $57.75 a barrel. WTI crude futures were unchanged from Friday’s setted at $52.05 a barrel. The Covid 19 virus is having a wider impact on financial markets. Asian shares fell and Wall Street also retreated after Apple Inc said it would miss quarterly…Read More
Crude Oil Oil prices continued rising on Monday, as investors bet the economic impact of the coronavirus would be offset by deeper production cuts by the OPEC+ group.. Brent futures rose 35 cents to settle at $57.67 a barrel. WTI crude futures were up 23 cents at $52.28 a barrel. The US was closed due to the President’s day holiday. There are some indications of prompt demand for oil as the front-month Brent futures market…Read More
Crude Oil Oil prices once again rose over 1% on Friday, posting their first weekly gain since early January as investors bet the economic impact of the coronavirus would be short-lived. Brent futures rose 98 cents to settle at $57.32 a barrel. WTI crude futures rose 63 cents to settle at $52.05 a barrel. Brent rose 5.23% for the week while WTI rose 3.2%. This was the first weekly increase in six weeks. Brent has…Read More
Crude Oil Oil prices rose around 1% on Thursday as speculators placed bets on the OPEC+ group cutting output further. Brent futures rose 55 cents to settle at $56.34 a barrel. WTI crude futures rose 25 cents to settle at $51.42 a barrel. The death toll from the COVID-19 in mainland China rose to 1,489 (+121 DoD) yesterday, with the total number of confirmed infections at 63,918 (+4,036 DoD). The virus’s effect on energy markets…Read More
Crude Oil Oil prices rose over 3% on Wednesday as China reported its lowest daily number of new Covid 19 cases since late January, as per Reuters reports. Brent futures rose $1.78 to settle at $55.79 a barrel. WTI crude futures rose $1.23 to settle at $51.17 a barrel. The highest settles for both futures since January came even as U.S. government reported a larger-than-expected weekly build in crude inventories. The death toll from the…Read More
Crude Oil Oil prices rose about 1% on Tuesday, up from 13-month lows as the number of new coronavirus cases slowed in China. Brent futures rose 74 cents to settle at $54.01 a barrel. WTI crude futures rose 37 cents to settle at $49.94 a barrel. The death toll from the COVID-19 in mainland China rose to 1,114 (+97 DoD) at the end of Tuesday. Across China, the total number of confirmed infections was 44,726…Read More
Crude Oil Oil prices fell to their lowest level since December 2018 on Monday on weaker Chinese demand in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak. Brent futures fell $1.20 to settle at $53.27 a barrel. WTI crude futures fell 75 cents to settle at $49.57 a barrel. Brent futures registered their lowest close since Dec. 28, 2018, while WTI registered their lowest close since Jan. 7, 2019. That keeps both Brent and WTI in oversold territory for…Read More