GLOBAL MARKETS-Shares snap losing streak as oil ends its decline
* European shares rise, world stocks snap six days of falls
* Crude oil prices take back some ground lost on oversupply fears
* China official PMI edges up, but private survey slips
* Pound gains after from rebound in UK manufacturing PMI
By Marc Jones
LONDON, Sept 1 (Reuters) - Gains in Europe helped pull world shares out their longest losing streak of the year on Thursday, as oil prices ticked up before key U.S. jobs data.
Markets were juggling a host of issues, including lacklustre data from Asia's two biggest economies, the ousting of Brazil's president and signs that Spain's political impasse would continue. Nevertheless, risk appetite was slowly re-emerging.
Europe's main stock markets gained 0.4 to 0.7 percent to help MSCI's All World index end six days of losses, its longest since the start of January.
Commodity companies were among the leaders as oil took back some of the 8 percent it had lost this week, a decline that accelerated on Wednesday after data showed U.S. crude and distillate stockpiles increased more than expected. Continuación...