(Updates to mid-morning) By Denise Duclaux NEW YORK, March 21 (Reuters) - Stocks climbed on Friday, driving the blue-chip Dow toward its eighth straight session of gains with investor hopes growing for a swift war as U.S.-led forces barrel through southern Iraq. "So far things have been going very well, and the whole concern has been how quickly and how easily we can get through this situation in Iraq," said Peter Dunay, chief market strategist and options specialist at brokerage Wall ...
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