Copper closed down more than 1% in London to $9,330.90 per tonne and gold was worth $1,798/oz at the time of writing.
However uranium continued its upward trajectory, gaining about 3.5% to $40.05/lb.
Bitcoin dropped more than 10%, the same day El Salvador adopted the cryptocurrency as legal tender.
Canada-based uranium producer Cameco shot up more than 7% in Toronto as North America returned from the Labour Day break.
Elsewhere, it was generally a muted day for resources stocks.
Junior Westhaven Gold (TSXV: WHN) fell 7.4% after announcing results including 118m at 0.71g/t gold at its Shovelnose project in British Columbia.
Among the majors, Glencore closed down 0.19% in London and Freeport-McMoRan rose 0.61% in New York.
BHP was down almost 0.9% in morning Australian trade.