The U.S. trade deficit is increased by 8.7% in June. The increased has affected the growth of prices for oil and imports of consumer goods, such as mobile phones and medicines. Imports to the U.S. is increased by 1.9% in June taking into account seasonally adjusted $227.7 billion, reports the Government. The exports rose by 0.3% to $183.2 billion due to declining oil supply and new cars in June. The trade deficit with China widened to $29.8 billion and, reached the highest level since November last year against the background of electronics purchases growth and other consumer goods.

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