The rupee continued its downslide mostly throughout the week and on Friday fell 10 paise to log a one-month closing low of 60.28 against the greenback on dollar demand from importers and rising global risk aversion.
Heavy capital inflows in local equities, however, restricted the rupee fall, said forex brokers.
The dollar index, a gauge of six major global rivals, was almost stable with downward bias.
At the Interbank Foreign Exchange (Forex) market, the domestic unit commenced sharply lower at 60.41 a dollar from previous close of 60.18 and declined further to a low of 60.46 on initial weakness in local equities.
However, recovery in stocks and late dollar selling by exporters helped the rupee to recover to a high of 60.2450 before concluding at 60.28, still revealing a fall of 10 paise or 0.17%.
This is its lowest since 60.39 against dollar on June 18.
During the week, rupee has slipped 35 paise or 0.58%. It has ended in negative terrain in four days of five.
The Indian benchmark S&P BSE Sensex today rallied further by 80.40 points, or 0.31% on surge in IT stocks.
FIIs picked up shares worth Rs 1,912.42 crore, as per provisional data.
Pramit Brahmbhatt, Veracity Group CEO said: "Rupee traded weak for the day, as early morning Malaysian airlines jet got hit by missile on the Ukraine-Russia border which shocked the world and dented the confidence of investors. Strong local equities supported the rupee to fight back and recover slightly. The trading range for the spot rupee is expected to be within 59.80 to 60.80."