(Updates prices, adds new analyst quotes, details) By Haitham Haddadin NEW YORK, March 24 (Reuters) - Wall Street eyed a sharply lower open on Monday as investors reconsidered last week's optimism that the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq would be over quickly and easily. "The open looks quite weak," said Larry Wachtel, market analyst at Prudential Securities. "You have a big move in the last few sessions and on Friday we went home looking for a quick resolution of this war. Now it looks like ...
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