MILAN, March 2- Italian eyewear group Luxottica is to more than double its dividend payment to 1.44 euros per share, it said on Monday after reporting a 10 percent rise in full-year operating income and record cash flow. Luxottica also said it would ask shareholders to approve a small buy-back of 2.08 percent of outstanding shares. Citi said in a report the...» Read More
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