Stocks in Europe saw little change on Friday, as investors tried to navigate through political uncertainty across the globe.
The pan-European Stoxx 600 was basically flat at the end of the session on 348.96 , up 0.08 or 0.02%, with sectors and bourses pointing in different directions.
Autos were the worst performing sector, as former Nissan Motor Chairman Carlos Ghosn was indicted on two new charges of financial misconduct. Shares of Renault, which Ghosn still heads, fell 2.2 percent as Reuters reported that Nissan was expanding its probe to include dealings that took place in the U.S., India, and Latin America.
Source : CNBC