(Updates to early afternoon) By Haitham Haddadin NEW YORK, March 20 (Reuters) - Stocks piled up more gains early Thursday afternoon, shedding earlier losses as the U.S.-led forces stepped up an assault on Iraq in a war that investors hope is going smoothly for the United States. "It's being driven by signs of more massive U.S. military strikes," said Alan Ackerman, market strategist at Fahnestock & Co. "Overnight, the issue was whether or not the U.S. had paused for whatever ...
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