This morning, McDonald's (NYSE:MCD) reported that July sales increased 0.7% globally at locations open more than one year. Digging deeper into the report, investors found that sales increased by 1.6% in the US, but slipped 1.9% in Europe and in the Asia/Middle East/Africa region. The company has been trying to attract new customers with new menu offerings, but gaining traction has been an issue in 2013. On the news, shares of MCD inched higher with the overall markets.
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