OAK BROOK Ill. McDonaldâ€™s Corp. credited strong breakfast and Dollar Menu sales for a 1.9 percent U.S. same-store sales increase for the month ended Jan. 31, an uptick from the flat comparable sales in December that triggered an unusual fall in the burger giantâ€™s share price last month. Globally, McDonaldâ€™s same-store sales outpaced the U.S. uptick and rose 5.7 percent for the month. January same-store sales increased 8.2 percent in Europe and 7.8 percent in the companyâ€™s ...
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