US stock futures fall for second day

US stock futures follow markets overseas downward after a record run last week

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In this Friday, April 12, 2013. photo, specialist Allison Gamba works at her post on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Financial markets remained subdued Tuesday May 14, 2013 as investors assessed whether the recent optimism that has seen many stock indexes hit historic highs will last.(AP Photo/Richard Drew)

NEW YORK (AP) -- U.S. futures are down for a second day, following markets overseas, after indexes across the globe set a blistering pace over the past several weeks.

Dow Jones industrial futures slipped 33 points to 15,024. S&P futures have lost 3.1 points to 1,627.70. Nasdaq futures are down 7.75 points to 2,973.50.

The CEO of BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion takes the stage Tuesday at the company's annual three-day conference in Orlando, Fla.

People will be listening for an update on the BlackBerry 10, which was released earlier this year after numerous delays.

It doesn't seem like anything can slow Tesla Motors, whose shares have jumped 58 percent this week, 100 percent this month, and almost 200 percent over the past year.

Tesla shares are up another 7 percent in premarket trading.

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