By Denise Duclaux NEW YORK, March 21 (Reuters) - Investors readied for stocks to jump at Friday's open, putting the blue-chip Dow on track for its eighth straight session of gains as hopes swell for a swift war with U.S.-led troops barreling through southern Iraq. "It would appear that things are going well in Iraq and the market is acting positively to that," said Craig Cummings, a partner at Cantor Fitzgerald. "Futures are up strongly." With Iraq putting up only sporadic resistance, ...
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