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"Inflation won't be over anytime soon," Interactive Brokers Chair Thomas Peterffy says. Speaking on "Bloomberg Markets," Peterffy also says the Federal Reserve will not be able to get inflation down to 2% in the next few years and both Europe and the US need to raise rates.