McDonald’s Corp. global same-store sales rose 5.5 percent in October, fueled by the chain’s popular Monopoly promotion and featured products in the United States and strong performances in its international markets. McDonald’s global same-store sales gain reflects hikes of 5.2 percent in the United States, 4.8 percent in Europe, and 6.1 percent in the Asia/Pacific, Middle East and Africa, or APMEA, division. The company’s domestic system benefited from another year of ...

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