PNG LNG joint venture partner LNG Energy had the biggest gain on our watch list this week, jumping 10.64% to C52c on the Toronto Stock Exchange.
New Britain Palm Oil also managed a significant gain, climbing 10.62% to sit at 30 kina on the Port Moresby Exchange.
Apart from NBO, there was little activity from the rest of the PomSox-listed companies, with five out of the seven companies staying on standby.
It was a disappointing week for TSX-listed Vangold Resources, which dived 20% to 12c.
Papuan Precious Metals also posted a loss, of 5.1%.
Big movers on the Australian Securities Exchange included Gold Anomaly and Allied Gold, which gained 9.8% and 5.4% respectively.
Despite Bougainville Copper's assertion that it intended to reopen the Panguna mine, the company fell from last week's high, slipping 11.7% to finish at $1.36 in early trade today.
On the commodities front copper had a slight loss of $US39.75 per tonne, finishing at $9010/t.
Nickel also suffered a loss, down $US704.00/t to $22,821/t, while gold rallied from last week's loss to post a gain of $18.75 per ounce to finish at $1521.50/oz.
Tapis crude managed a marginal gain during the week, up $3.51 per barrel to close at $122.86/bbl.