GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks rise as stagflation fears and energy prices ease
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* Global equity markets rally as energy comes off boil
* Germany sees shock 4% slump in industrial output
* Hopes build that U.S. can resolve debt-ceiling squabble
* Key U.S. employment data due on Friday
* Graphic: Global asset performance tmsnrt.rs/2yaDPgn
* Graphic: World FX rates tmsnrt.rs/2egbfVh
NEW YORK/LONDON, Oct 7 (Reuters) – World equity markets rebounded more than 1% on Thursday as hopes grew that Washington would resolve squabbling over the U.S. debt ceiling, while a global easing in energy prices tempered deepening fears of “stagflation”.
European bourses rallied off 2-1/2-month lows and Wall Street also jumped as steady crude oil and natural gas prices offered relief after a shock 4% drop in German industrial production highlighted supply chain disruptions.
German output of cars and auto parts…