U.S. Markets closed

Asia Pacific shares slip; Aussie dollar spikes after jobs data

Eustance Huang

Major Asia-Pacific markets closed lower. On the trade front, sources told CNBC on Wednesday that Beijing officials are looking at U.S. President Donald Trump's upcoming international travel dates that might offer potential for a summit off of American soil. Major Asia-Pacific markets closed lower on Thursday, with Indonesia's benchmark index bucking the overall trend as stocks jumped on election hopes.