Gold futures closed at $1325.30/oz after trading in a range of $1316 to $1330/oz during the course of the day.
It comes as the US dollar fell and Wall Street rallied strongly.
The Australian dollar gold price was at A$1683/oz.
In base metals, copper rose by 1.1% to US$6788 per tonne, coming off the 2017 low set on Friday.
Nickel also rose by 1%, breaking back through $13,000/t.
While lead and zinc were slightly lower, commodities across the board on Monday were mostly positive.
According to Bloomberg, Citi is still positive on commodities ahead of Chinese New Year.
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