Eastern China (Shanghai): 3,630-3,640 yuan ($537-538) per tonne, up 10 yuan per tonne
Northern China (Tianjin): 3,590-3,650 yuan per tonne, widened 10-30 yuan per tonne
Prices rose in Shanghai on robust downstream demand, a Hangzhou-based source told Fastmarkets MB.
He said sentiment had improved after prices held steady in the last few weeks, which he attributed to steady end-user demand rather than speculators.
Some end users have started to place orders for materials to be delivered in the middle or late...