Chinese futures rose on Friday from higher steel production, though output cut were issued in steel-making hub of Tangshan.
Chinese iron ore futures fell for the second consecutive trading day on Tuesday over slow steel demand and cold weather in China.
Chinese mills have opted for more imports of high grade iron ores for the week ended on 13 Dec 2019.
Dalian Commodities Exchange (DCE) rose on second consecutive day to reverse a dip from early trading session on Tuesday.
Dalian Commodities Exchange ended the week on high with a late uptick seen in the afternoon session.
DCE dropped by 2.37% on-day to RMB 638.50 a tonne on Monday due to poor economic data and stricter output cut.
Dalian Commodity Exchange (DCE) continued to rise on Tuesday after hitting limit up previously.
DCE fell slightly by 0.13% on-day to RMB 763 a tonne after a pullback from high rally seen earlier in the morning trading session.
DCE reached above RMB 900 a tonne mark on Tuesday, due to supply concerns and relaxed output cut for the month of August.
Rebar future pulled off a late charge during the afternoon session that closed RMB 4,017 a tonnes, down 0.20% or RMB 8 a tonne on Thursday