This morning, McDonald's (NYSE:MCD) reported that sales at stores open at least a year rose by just 0.5% in November as weakness from the US and Asia hurt the company. In the report, the fast food chain said sales at stores open at least a year fell by 0.8% in the US and 2.3% in the Asia/Pacific region. On the news, shares of MCD were lower by about 1%.
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