Forex dealers said besides selling of the American unit by exporters and banks weakness in the dollar against other currencies supported the rupee.
Further, a higher opening in the domestic equity market influenced the rupee uptrend, they added.
Yesterday, the rupee had lost 27 paise to close at 66.30 on sustained dollar demand from banks and importers in view of persistent foreign capital outflows.
Meanwhile, the benchmark BSE Sensex rose by 184.23 points or 0.72 per cent at 25,666.75 in morning trade.

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