(Recasts throughout, updates prices, adds market strategist’s quote) By Aaron Saldanha April 11 (Reuters) – Latin America currencies softened on Thursday against a dollar boosted by strong U.S. economic data, while Latin American stocks slid along with their global peers, with equities in Argentina and Brazil racking up the heaviest losses. U.S. producer prices rose by the most in five months in March, strengthening the dollar and setting the stage for Latin American currencies to weaken. MSCI’s index of Latin American currencies snapped a four-session winning run, while its Latin American stocks index fell 1.1%. Brazil’s house speaker Rodrigo Maia said pension reform that would save 1 trillion reais ($259.40 billion) could be approved in May or June. While government dialogue with Congress has