Gold remained under pressure at the pre-opening of London’s trading session on Monday.
LNG was among the top performers in Q3, despite the challenge of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Precious metal futures gained over 1% to trade at $1917/ounce surging above the $1.900-mark.
The commodity market performed relatively well in Q3 2020.
At the time this report was drafted gold was trading below the $1,900 price levels.
Gold futures settled at $1,907.60 an ounce, on down 0.45% on the day.
The US dollar index was up 0.23% to trade at 93.977 earlier on Friday.
Gold futures prices settled at $1.866.30/ounce, showing a loss of 0.56% at the last trading session of the week.
The US dollar is stronger this morning on the back of a marked drop in risk appetite in European and US markets.
Gold futures edged up 0.46% to trade at $1975.30