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Wall Street's main indexes struggled for direction on growing fears that the Federal Reserve's monetary policy tightening could trigger a recession and hit corporate earnings, while Apple and Tesla were the biggest drags on the Nasdaq. The benchmark S&P 500 fell for the fifth straight session on Wednesday.