Gold slipped on Thursday as U.S. jobs data supported the dollar.
Private sector payrolls rose more than expected in June, led by gains in small-business jobs, according to a report Thursday from ADP and Moody's. Private sector jobs grew by 172,000, while economists polled by Reuters forecast a gain of 159,000. The May number was revised down to 168,000 from 173,000.
Spot gold was at $1,360.14 an ounce, down 0.25 percent.
Gold had rallied to its highest level since March 2014 a day earlier on the back of concerns about Britain's vote to leave the European Union.
Financial markets have been extremely volatile since Britain voted in a referendum on June 23 to leave the EU, knocking equities and pushing some bond yields to record lows. The moves have boosted the appeal of so-called safe-havens such as gold and silver.