All three major benchmark indexes traded at intraday records as Wall Street mostly shrugged off the U.K. elections and former FBI director James Comey's testimony. Markets were on track to secure fresh record closes. Pandora  (P) rose after John Malone's Liberty Media-controlled SiriusXM  (SIRI) announced a $480 million dollar investment. SiriusXM had once been in talks to buy Pandora but the two disagreed on price. Zynga  (ZNGA) jumped after Morgan Stanley showed its support in an analyst note. The firm upped its rating to OVERWEIGHT from EQUAL WEIGHT and increased its price target. Morgan Stanley has grown bullish on the company's live services gaming. Verifone  (PAY) declined after swinging to a loss over its second quarter and guiding for below-consensus sales over its third. Adjusted Q2 earnings met estimates.

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