Managing wheat price risk


Let seasoned StoneX professionals design and deliver a comprehensive suite of risk management solutions to address your business needs and achieve your goals.

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At every stage of the wheat production chain, market participants face a risk of adverse price movements caused by market vagaries and fluctuations in supply and demand. Wheat futures and options provide a means to manage this risk and take advantage of potential profit opportunities.

Commodity risk management

Our award-winning consultants understand both the futures and the physical markets. To limit risk and uncertainty and improve margins and bottom-line results, we will construct a risk-management program tailored to your company's needs, then work closely with you to execute it.

Managed futures

When you become a StoneX client, your business becomes our business. Our experienced teams know the market through long-established, working relationships with global growers, producers, originators and co-ops. We use statistical research to find the right combination of managers for your portfolio and provide reports to assist you in evaluating their performance daily.

Technology & clearing

We work with investors, trading advisors, custodians, portfolio accounting groups, and fund administrators to provide customized reports and files for all activity, open positions, and money balances. Dedicated Customer Service groups allow 24-hour account access via our MyStoneX web-based portal.


Trade Allocation

A comprehensive module for auto-allocation that offers the flexibility to break down trades for both internal accounts and outside firms.

Automated Average Price System

Allows easier, more equitable distribution of trades among your customers on execution at multiple prices.

My.StoneX.com portal

Our web-based system that provides clients an easy to interact with StoneX around the clock.

Specialized foreign exchange

Our capacity includes foreign exchange services to international aid and development organizations, UN agencies, NGOs, religious entities, governmental agencies, multinational corporations, and financial institutions in over 175 countries, with expertise in exotic currency payments and payments to the developing world.

Wheat Why StoneX

Why StoneX?

StoneX risk management consultants have in-depth expertise in the supply-and-demand situation for specific commodities, access to our extensive proprietary database and detailed historical knowledge, and substantial experience creating and using innovative risk-management tools.

We've spent decades developing and designing financial solutions, tools, and platforms to help companies manage risk, meet budget restrictions and reduce market volatility. Let our specialist help you grow your bottom line.

Our clients

Our Grains and Oilseeds Group is here to advise and provide wheat clients the tools and services necessary to understand risk and the risk management process. Once we have assessed your needs and risk tolerance, we'll design a program that reflects your objectives.

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Join us in Ohio, where agriculture isn't just an occupation; it's a way of life for StoneX Regional Director Bailey Elchinger as she navigates the fields that have shaped her family for generations, turning her agricultural insights into your strategic advantage in commodity markets.

Join us in Ohio, where agriculture isn't just an occupation; it's a way of life for StoneX Regional Director Bailey Elchinger as she navigates the fields that have shaped her family for generations, turning her agricultural insights into your strategic advantage in commodity markets.
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What are wheat commodities?

Wheat futures are exchange-traded commodities contracts for one of the most widely grown domestic crops. Wheat is used to produce flour and wheat by-products are used in animal and livestock feeds.

What are the types of wheat available for trade?

The seven classes of wheat grown domestically are hard red winter, hard red spring, soft red winter, soft white, hard white winter, hard white spring and durum.

Why is wheat traded as a commodity?

Wheat is one of the most important food crops used worldwide for thousands of years. It is one of the most widely grown agricultural commodities on a per-volume basis. It is a hearty grain, growing and thriving in many different environments.

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