(Updates futures, adds comment, economic data) By Denise Duclaux NEW YORK, March 20 (Reuters) - Wall Street is seen dipping at Thursday's open after six straight sessions of gains in the blue-chip Dow, as skittish investors scour headlines to see how the hours-old U.S.-led war on Iraq is unfolding. "Now that the bullets have actually been flying, the market should feel a little pressure," said Burton Schlichter, senior market analyst with Lind-Waldock & Co., a division of Refco ...
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