European stocks were little changed as disappointing earnings from Fiat SpA to Societe Generale SA offset a rally in Credit Agricole SA after its profit surged, while investors watched the crisis in Ukraine. Fiat tumbled the most since August 2011 and Societe Generale slid 0.8 percent. Cie. de Saint-Gobain SA lost 3.3 percent after investor Wendel SA said it will cut its stake in Europe��s biggest building-materials supplier. Credit Agricole gained the most in almost a year after saying first-quarter profit surged 85 percent. Henkel AG advanced the most since November 2010 after reporting better-than-estimated earnings. The Stoxx Europe 600 Index closed little changed at 336.03. The benchmark equity gauge has fallen 0.9 percent from a six-year high on April 4 as violence between Ukrainian troops and pro-Russian separatists escalated.
Source : Bloomberg