(Updates with losses extended) NEW YORK, March 24 (Reuters) - Stocks extended their big losses early on Monday as investors pulled back from last week's rally, reminded by grim television footage from Iraq that toppling Saddam Hussein will not be easy for the U.S.-led forces there. The blue-chip Dow Jones industrials fell 260.79 points, or 3.06 percent, to 8,261.18 and the broad Standard and Poor's 500 index lost 27.18 points, or 3.03 percent, at 868.72. The tech-laced Nasdaq Composite ...
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