(Minneapolis, MN)  —  A top Federal Reserve official believes interest rates could hit five-percent if inflation doesn’t slow down.  Speaking spoke at the Women Corporate Directors, Minnesota Chapter, Minneapolis Federal Reserve Bank President Neel Kashkari [[ cash-car-E ]] noted progress on inflation isn’t been seen yet.  As a result, he doesn’t see himself pushing for a stop to interest rate hikes even if the rate reaches four-point-seven-five percent.  The Fed has been steadily raising interest rates over the past few months in a bid to slow down inflation.