The rupee organised a shrewd bounce back in the wake of conquering early unpredictable developments to a great extent affected by the dollar's quality against generally peers.
Yet, the additions were topped because of month-end dollar request from merchants, for the most part oil firms.
At the Interbank Foreign Exchange (Forex) advertise, the nearby unit opened on a consistent note at 66.89 preceding floating sideways to hit a low of 66.9225.
In any case, the local money recuperated in late evening arrangements to touch a crisp intra-day high of 66.8250 on late exporter dollar deals.
It at long last settled at 66.85, uncovering a pick up of 4 paise, or 0.06 for every penny.
The rupee has been under relentless weight lately on developing desires that the Federal Reserve may go for a rate climb toward the end of this current year furthermore an unfriendly overflow impact of USD 22.4 billion conceivable outpouring in the wake of continuous FCNR-B recoveries.
Meanwhile, nation's remote trade holds declined for the second-in a row week by USD 1.506 billion to USD 366.139 billion in the week to October 14.
In overall exchange, the American money proceeded with its rising pattern against most major and developing business sector monetary standards.
Pound sterling stayed under offering weight on mounting worries that rating organisation could minimise the UK, while euro increased some ground after late sharp dive taking after arrival of more grounded PMI readings.
The dollar file, which measures its more extensive quality against a crate of monetary forms, was down 0.03 for each penny at 98.59 subsequent to touching a high of 98.846 - its loftiest top in nine months in early exchange.
The RBI today altered the reference rate for the dollar at 66.8625 and euro at 72.7999.
In cross-cash exchanges, the rupee fell back against the pound sterling to end at 81.86 when contrasted with 81.65 furthermore mollified against euro to complete at 72.87 from 72.86. prior.
Then again, it kept up advances against the Japanese yen to complete at 64.30 from 64.47 for each 100 yens a weekend ago.