64.110 United States Dollar
The rupee was trading at 61.47 to the dollar, a level last seen on Jan 21, 2014.
The reduction in the current account deficit, was due to contraction in the trade deficit, coupled with a rise in net invisible receipts.
Falling current account deficit helps to push the rupee higher. Read more on current account deficit and its impact on the rupee here
It maybe recalled that in September last year the rupee hit a lifetime low of 68.81 against the dollar, after India's fundamentals including its current account deficit worsened.
Dealers say that there is a good possibility that the rupee would continue to rally, given the improving fundamentals of the economy. There has also been steady dollar inflows from foreign funds, which has helped support the rupee. Check currency rates here