Chinese futures continued the downward slope since the start of the week, as market participants waited for clearer market directions.
Chinese futures rallied on better steel margins, which prompted more mills to ramp up production.
Chinese futures rose on Friday from higher steel production, though output cut were issued in steel-making hub of Tangshan.
Chinese futures extended their drops on Wednesday, on limited activities in view of May Labour holiday ahead.
Chinese futures inched up slightly amid weak global steel outlook, against recovering steel demand and output in China.
Chinese futures dipped into the negative growth on Thursday, over concerns of bearish market outlook.
Chinese futures inched up slightly on Wednesday, over concerns on limited iron ore shipments and lower steel stockpiles.
Chinese futures dipped slightly on Monday, due to the absence of trade participants away for the long Easter holidays.
Chinese futures continued to rally on Thursday on better buying interests and improved margins.
Chinese futures gained on Wednesday on better buying activities as the Chinese participants were more active in the market after long holidays.