THE following companies saw new developments that may affect trading of their shares on Thursday:

VIBRANT Group, previously known as Freight Links Group, pulled itself back into the black for the quarter ended Jan 31, 2019.

A STANDALONE building at 139 Cecil Street is up for sale again via an expression of interest exercise after an extensive revamp, said real estate firms CBRE and JLL in a statement on Tuesday.

VIBRANT Group's 60 per cent-owned subsidiary, Vibrant Properties, has agreed to sell its entire 60 per cent equity interest in DP-Master-Vibrant (Jiangyin) Real Estate Development Co (DPMV) to...

VIBRANT Group's 51 per cent owned subsidiary, LTH Logistics (Singapore), has entered a conditional put-and-call option agreement with SGRE Banyan for the proposed sale and leaseback of a...

VIBRANT Group's 51 per cent owned subsidiary, LTH Logistics (Singapore), has entered a conditional put and call option agreement with SGRE Banyan for the proposed sale and leaseback of a...

VIBRANT Group's wholly-owned subsidiary Sanlu Logistics is disposing of a 13,667 sq m warehouse property located in Jiangyin for 29 million yuan (S$5.5 million).

BLACKGOLD International Holdings, a Chinese coal miner owned by Singapore-listed Vibrant Group, appears to have falsified accounts and grossly inflated sales figures since the day it was acquired...

RESULTS for industrial landlord Sabana Reit declined for a consecutive quarter as lower occupancies and negative rental reversions for some master leases continued to weigh on revenue.

BLACKGOLD International Holdings, a Chinese coal miner owned by Singapore-listed Vibrant Group, appears to have falsified accounts and grossly inflated sales figures since the day it was acquired...