FXstreet.com (Barcelona) - U.S. trade deficit rose 4% in June to $27.01 billion, from revised $25.97 billion in May, as higher prices for oil imports outbalanced gains by the increase on exports of industrial supplies.

Nevertheless, June's trade deficit has remained below the $28.07 billion gap expected by market analysts.

Ther Dollar has not been affected by the increase on trade deficit. EUR/USD remains moving at levels right below 1.4180 resistance level, while the GBP/USD remains at levels around 1.6460 after having bounced at 1.6390 low on European session and the USD/JPY remains moving right above Tuesday's low at 95.75.