The pan-European Stoxx 600 was 0.1 percent higher, with different sectors seeing a mixed approach in the positive territory. Basic resources and cars were among the top performers as investors watched another round of trade negotiations between China and the United States.
Household, on the other hand, fell by almost 1 percent at the end of the profit. Unilever declined 3 percent after announcing lower-than-fourth-quarter sales. Swatch also declined by more than 6 percent after analysts called unsatisfactory results for the full year.
Overall, investors are still spending comments from the Federal Reserve. President Jerome Powell said on Wednesday that the central bank would be "patient" in rising rates. Money managers are worried about the reasons behind Fed's attitude of lower growth and trade war.
Profit is also a strong emphasis. Nokia dropped nearly 4 percent after saying that 2019 will have an opaque start, as 5G deployments in different countries are going through different phases.
The oil and gas sectors are the main revenue gains. Shell rose three times after announcing that profits rose to four years.
Deutsche Bank declined by more than 2 percent on Thursday after banks announced a merger with the competing Commerzbank by mid-year if the bank's restructuring efforts did not reach its targets. .
In terms of data, the eurozone recorded a growth rate of 0.2 percent in the quarter and 1.2 percent at the end of 2018, the European Statistical Office said on Thursday. This means that in the last quarter of 2018, the region has kept its lowest growth rate in the last four years.
Brexit continues on Wednesday. EU officials have said that the current drawdown agreement will not be reopened, as some UK legislators have requested. It is now worth noting that Prime Minister Tereza May will outline what he really wants from the EU to overcome the current inaction.