Luxottica books slightly lower earnings

Like Essilor, Luxottica faced currency headwinds in 2018. Sales declined by 2.8 percent to €8,929 million in reported terms, due to the devaluation of the U.S. and Australian dollars and the Brazilian real, but increased by 1.5 percent in constant currencies.

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