The largest restaurant chain said consumer confidence may be a challenge in U.S. and abroad
McDonald’s Corp. executives Don Thompson and Tim Fenton acknowledged that waning consumer confidence would challenge the burger brand around the world during a meeting with securities analysts in New York this week. Company executives acknowledged a decline in consumer confidence — which dropped the furthest in May since October 2011, according to recent research from The Conference Board. The private research group's Consumer Confidence Index stands at 64.9, down from a revised ...
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