(Updates to early morning) NEW YORK, March 20 (Reuters) - Stocks fell on Thursday after a six-session rally in the blue-chip Dow as tensions mount hours into a U.S.-led war on Iraq that President George W. Bush has warned may be longer than some predict. "The market will react to any bit of news on the situation in Iraq that could keep traders sidelined for much of the early part of this war," said Harry Michas, stock index futures trader at manmarketmonitor.com. "It looks as if the ...
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