Spot gold was down by 0.4% to trade at $1,862 per ounce after hitting its highest since Jan. 8 at $1,874.50 earlier in the session.
Netflix for the first time ever passed the 200 million subscriber mark and had an impressive reserve of $8.2 billion in cash.
Oil prices drifted lower after digesting a surprising build in U.S. crude oil inventories that re-ignited fuel demand anxiety.
More COVID-19 relief programs pushed the yellow metal’s appeal up as an inflation hedge.
Brent oil futures gained 0.68% to trade at $56.28 a barrel adding to yesterday's 2.1% gain.
Brent oil crude futures gained 0.40% to trade at $54.95 while WTI futures were dropped 0.23% to trade at $52.30 a barrel.
Gold futures were up 0.38% at $1,836.80/ounce after hitting the lowest point since December 2 yesterday
Sixty (60) equities appreciated at price during the week, higher than fifty (50) equities in the previous week.
Brent crude futures dropped about 1%, to $54.65 a barrel, after losing 2.3% on Friday.
Gold futures prices at their most recent trading session settled at $1,829.90 an ounce, down by 1.2%.