(Recasts, updates prices) By Agamoni Ghosh April 16 (Reuters) – Latin American stocks rose on Tuesday in line with world stocks as positive data from China and Germany boosted investor sentiment, while currencies in the region slid against a firm dollar. MSCI’s index of Latin American stocks rose 0.8 percent after three-straight sessions of losses with shares in Brazil leading gains. Volumes remained subdued on account of a shortened trading week for the Easter holidays. World stocks hit a more than six-month high on Friday as signs of stabilization in China’s economy and positive data from Germany buoyed sentiment. Sao Paulo-traded stocks rose 1.5 percent with oil-firm Petrobras providing the biggest boost to the index. Brazil’s energy minister said Tuesday there would be no