By Bruno Federowski and Claudia Violante BRASILIA, June 14 (Reuters) - Latin American currencies seesawed on Thursday after the European Central Bank announced it will end its bond purchasing scheme by year-end, removing a key source of liquidity from global markets. The announcement, which makes the ECB the latest central bank in developed economies to take steps to move away from stimulus measures introduced to recover from the global financial crisis, weighed on demand for emergin



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