(Updates to 4 p.m. close) NEW YORK, March 20 (Reuters) - Blue chips rose for a seventh day on Thursday, extending their longest rally since August 2000, as a U.S.-led assault on Iraq intensified in a war investors hope is quickly resolved for the United States. Events unfolded swiftly on the first day of a U.S.-led campaign aimed at toppling Saddam Hussein. The United States attacked key targets in Baghdad with cruise missiles, and with its British allies sent advance ground troops into ...
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