* Summer spike in gasoline demand waned over last 50 yrs * Summer travel seen up with consumer sentiment * Economic fears still stifle some summer travel, spending By Rebekah Kebede NEW YORK, May 27 (Reuters) - After a two years of penny-pinching during the recession, more Americans are planning to kick off the summer driving season by getting on the road this Memorial Day holiday weekend as increased consumer confidence prompts people to splurge on trips. But the U.S. summer ...
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