McDonald’s Corp. reported a 0.5-percent increase in global same-store sales for the month of November, as the company’s European division’s relatively strong sales growth offset weakness in the United States and Asia for the third time in the past four months. Same-store sales in the United States, where Oak Brook, Ill.-based McDonald’s has more than 14,000 locations, fell 0.8 percent in November. The result, which several securities analysts wrote fell below ...

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