By Soo Youn and Erwin Seba SAN ANTONIO, March 22 (Reuters) - Soaring energy prices, which some analysts say could threaten the U.S. economic recovery in a presidential election year, are set to climb even higher before hitting a peak around the summer driving season, industry experts said on Monday. U.S. gasoline prices will climb even higher amid record demand and a confluence of fundamental reasons before the peak summer driving season, the experts predicted. "It's (going to be) $3 a ...
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