FXstreet.com (Barcelona) - The Dollar has remained little moved after the release of U.S. trade figures, showing that U.S. trade gap widened to somewhat in November as rising oil prices outbalanced the price of imports against exports.

U.S Trade deficit rose 9,.7% in November, to $36.40 billion, from $33.2 billion deficit in October, which has been upwardly revised from the $32.95 billion previously estimated. November's deficit has surpassed experts' expectations of a trade gap of about $34.7 billion.

EUR/USD remains moving between 1.4475 and 1.4505, while GBP/USD trades around 1.6150 after having bounced from 1.6060 to 1.6170 high, and USD/JPY moves at 91.40 after hitting a fresh session low at 91.35.