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McDonald's May same-store sales rise 7.7 percent, US same-store sales jump 4.3 percent

McDonald's May same-store sales rise 7.7 percent, US same-store sales jump 4.3 percent

McDonald's global same-store sales rose 7.7 percent in May, the world's biggest hamburger chain said Monday.
The company said U.S. same-store sales, or sales at locations open at least a year, grew 4.3 percent.
McDonald's said U.S. sales were helped by its breakfast offerings, new menu items including a Southern Style Chicken biscuit and sandwich and the chain's "emphasis on everyday affordability."
Same-store sales jumped 9.6 percent in Europe, led by sales in the U.K., France and Russia.
In the Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa region, same-store sales climbed 9.7 percent.
Same-store sales is a key indicator of restaurant performance since it measures growth at existing locations rather than newly-opened ones.
Total systemwide sales jumped 16 percent for the month ended May 31.
McDonald's Corp. shares rose 3.5 percent, or $2, to $58.95 at the open of trade Monday.


Updated : 2021-06-12 22:39 GMT+08:00