Chinese futures continued the downward slope since the start of the week, as market participants waited for clearer market directions.
Chinese futures continued to rally for second consecutive day on higher production and margins.
Chinese futures rallied on better steel margins, which prompted more mills to ramp up production.
Chinese futures ended the afternoon session in slight gain, as trade participants waited for further market directions.
Chinese futures suffered a dip on Monday, as market participants seek for market directions amid uncertainty.
Chinese futures rose on Friday from higher steel production, though output cut were issued in steel-making hub of Tangshan.
Chinese futures rose slightly on Wednesday, receiving a little boost from the return of Chinese participants from holidays.
Chinese futures rebounded despite poor economic indicators for China as some participants expected Beijing policymakers to step up stimulus policies.
Chinese futures extended their drops on Wednesday, on limited activities in view of May Labour holiday ahead.
Chinese futures dropped on Tuesday, due to slow down in restocking activities.