(Updates to 4 p.m. close) NEW YORK, March 21 (Reuters) - Stocks surged on Friday, driving the blue-chip Dow average to its eighth day of gains and its best week since October 1982, as a devastating air assault and speculation that Saddam Hussein was dead fueled investors' hopes the war in Iraq would soon end. U.S. and British ground forces thrust deep into Iraqi territory toward Baghdad, where Saddam's supporters dug in for a last stand, while the air attack triggered giant fireballs, ...
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