SEOUL, April 24 (Reuters) - Seoul shares may retreat on Tuesday from a record, led by firms sensitive to energy prices such as carrier Korean Air after oil prices surged overnight, while auto makers could fall on worries about U.S. sales. Investors could also be turning cautious ahead of earnings results, such as from Samsung SDI Co. due out later in the day, and ahead of quarterly economic growth data due out on Wednesday morning. But technology stocks such as Samsung Electronics Co. ...
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