GLOBAL MARKETS-Emerging market bulls push stocks higher
* EM, European shares rise to put world index near one-year high
* AUD climbs on RBA decision to hold rate at record-low 1.5 pct
* Nikkei closes up 0.3 percent as dollar strengthens slightly
* Oil prices in tighter range after $3 move
* Oil gains on Russian, Saudi agreement to stabilize market
By Marc Jones
LONDON, Sept 6 (Reuters) - World shares closed in on one-year highs on Tuesday as the prospect of prolonged cheap borrowing costs and a recent rise in oil prices set off a new emerging market bull run.
Asian stocks reached one-year highs overnight and MSCI's 46-country 'All World' index was close as most of Europe's markets climbed 0.1 to 0.3 percent higher.
Britain's FTSE 100 was the laggard, spending a second day in the red, as sterling's slow recovery after the country voted to leave the European Union left investors looking at companies' competitiveness again. Continuación...