There were heavy swings on the TSX, with Nautilus Minerals leading the way, up 22.26% to finish last night's trading at $C3.24 on the back of news of a joint venture agreement signed with German company Harren and Partner to supply a production support vessel at Solwara-1.
However, on the other end of the scale, Vangold Resources wiped off 13.89% to finish at C16c.
The negative sentiment continued in Australia, with most PNG stocks on our ASX watchlist down, however Coppermoly bucked the trend to post the only double-digit gain of the week, up to 14c after a 12% swing.
InterOil lost 11.09% on the New York Stock Exchange, while Triple Plate Junction and Regency Mines both had good weeks in London, finishing up 7.31% and 6.59% respectively on the London Stock Exchange.
It was a sedate week of trading on the POMSOX, with Marengo Mining the only stock to come out ahead, finishing up 1.32% at 0.77 kina.
The only other stock on our watchlist to move either way was New Britain Palm Oil, which lost 3.23% after its 1 kina gain last week.
It was a mostly negative week for metals, with overnight copper losing $US466.25 per tonne to finish last night's trade on the London Metal Exchange at $9389.25/t.
It was a similar story for nickel, although the swing wasn't as severe, losing $1795/t to finish at $25,799/t.
LME gold had a marginal gain though, putting on $1.22 an ounce to close at $1476.15/oz.
Tapis crude continued its steady march upward, this week finishing at $129.24 per barrel, up from 128.33/bbl.