(Recasts, changes byline, adds comment, updates futures) By Denise Duclaux NEW YORK, March 20 (Reuters) - Wall Street is set for a nervous start at Thursday's opening bell as anxious investors scour headlines on the U.S.-led attack on Iraq to determine how and when the hours-old war will end. "The question now is how successful will the war be -- and you won't know that immediately," said Larry Wachtel, a market analyst at Prudential Securities. "I think it will be a ragged open." ...
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