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Discover Milan Italy with WSJ magazine and into Garay. Join WSJ magazine editors for behind the scenes access in Milan. As you meet the city's most influential taste makers dine at top restaurants. Visit the private villas of lake coamo and much more book. This once in a lifetime trip at integrate dot com slash WSJ magazine or call six four six seven eight zero eight three eight three I'm Charlie Turner. In the newsroom at the Wall Street Journal, stocks rallied Wednesday on strong economic data. Durable goods orders rose for the third straight month and prices at the producer level were muted in February. The Dow Jones industrials rose one hundred forty eight points to twenty five thousand seven hundred two the NASDAQ composite gained fifty two and the s&p rose nineteen Boeing stock rallied half a percent Wednesday. President Trump said the US would join several other countries in suspending flights of. The Boeing seven thirty-seven max after the model was involved in a second deadly crash in less than five months on Sunday. British lawmakers Wednesday ruled out a no deal exit from the European Union. It came a day after parliament resoundingly rejected for a second time. The deal that Prime Minister Theresa may negotiated with the e u laying out conditions for the country's orderly separation from its biggest trading partner. Lawmakers will now likely vote on Thursday in favor of a further proposal to request a delay in Britain scheduled exit date beyond March twenty ninth that will require the unanimous approval of the other twenty-seven e you governments an indictment charging Paul Manafort with residential mortgage fraud was unsealed Wednesday in state court in New York, it came minutes after Mr. Manafort was sentenced to forty three additional months and prison for two crimes related to his political consulting work in Ukraine, leaving the former Trump campaign chief facing a total of more than seven years behind bars for more head to wsJcom or the WSJ app.