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 to the same as most of Europe's markets climbed 0.1 to 0.3 percent higher.
Wall Street was also looking set for modest gains when it reopens later after a long Labour Day weekend and with a batch of manufacturing data due. Continuación...