NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Here are 10 things you should know for Tuesday, May 21: 1. -- U.S. stock futures were little changed Tuesday, after the S&P 500 eased from its record high during the prior session as investors suspected the Federal Reserve will slow its quantitative easing after officials hinted at the possibility because of a better economic outlook. 2. -- The economic calendar in the U.S. Tuesday is empty. 3. -- U.S. stocks on Monday closed lower on investor concern that the Fed may curb its bond-buying economic stimulus program. The S&P 500 closed off 0.07% to 1,666.29 while the Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 0.12% to 15,335.51. The Nasdaq slid 0.07% to 3,496.43. 4. -- JPMorgan Chase ( JPM) holds its annual meeting on Tuesday and among the various proxy items subject to a shareholder vote is a proposal to split Jamie Dimon's dual roles as CEO and chairman. Press reports suggest Dimon could quit if the vote goes against him. 5. -- Home Depot ( HD) posted first-quarter earnings of $1.2 billion, or 83 cents a share, up from $1 billion, or 68 cents a share, in the year-earlier quarter, as sales rose 7.4% to $19.1 billion. Analysts were calling for the world's biggest home-improvement retailer to post first-quarter earnings of 77 cents a share on revenue of $18.68 billion. The company lifted its earnings guidance for 2013, saying it sees earnings rising about 17% to $3.52 a share. 6. -- Best Buy ( BBY), the electronics retailer, posted adjusted first-quarter earnings of 29 cents a share on revenue of $9.38 billion. Wall Street was looking for earnings of 25 cents a share on revenue of $10.66 billion in the first quarter ended April 30. 7. -- Yahoo! ( YHOO) announced Monday the complete upgrade of its popular Flickr photo sharing service, and the leasing of new space for a Yahoo! New York office. The news followed the Internet giant's announcement earlier in the day that it had reached a deal to buy microblogging site Tumblr for $1.1 billion. 8. -- Urban Outfitters ( URBN), owner of Anthropologie, Free People and its name brand, posted sales on Monday that fell short of analyst expectations. The retailer said revenue rose 14% for the three months ended April 30 to a record $648.1 million, but than an average forecast of $655.1 million, according to Yahoo! Finance. Profit jumped 39% to $47 million from the same period a year earlier, while earnings per share adjusted for some items totaled 32 cents for the quarter, beating the forecast of 29 cents.