McDonald's Corp reported a 7 percent global increase in sales at its established restaurants last month, fueled by its beverage business, extended hours, and strong sales in Asia.

July sales at McDonald's restaurants open at least 13 months rose 5.7 percent in the United States, boosted in part by smoothies and frappes from its McCafe line of drinks, and rose 5.3 percent in Europe.

Same-store sales rose 10.1 percent in the Asia/Pacific, Middle East and Africa (APMEA) area.

Systemwide sales, which include business at all restaurants, rose 6.8 percent, or 8.3 percent on a constant currency basis, the fast food chain reported.

In June, McDonald's reported a 4.8 percent rise in global same-store sales. Results from the United States in June were up 3.7 percent, while Europe gained 4.7 percent and APMEA jumped 6 percent.

(Reporting by Phil Wahba, editing by Dave Zimmerman)