OAK BROOK Ill. McDonald’s domestic same-store sales rose year-over-year by 2 percent in April, capping March’s decline of 0.8 percent as the only dip in monthly same-store sales during the past five years. The world’s largest quick-service chain attributed the April increase to breakfast sales, new products and “compelling” value.McDonald's global same-store sales rose 5 percent. The highest increase of 7.8 percent occurred in the company's Asia/Pacific, Middle East and Africa region, ...

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