NEW YORK (MarketWatch) -- The U.S. dollar rose broadly Friday after the U.S. created twice as many jobs in October as expected by Wall Street. The U.S. economy added 204,000 jobs last month, which included a government shutdown that was widely expected to weigh on hiring, soundly beating estimates of 100,000 jobs added, according to a MarketWatch survey of economists. The jobless rate, however, inched up to 7.3% from 7.2%. The ICE Dollar Index , which measures the greenback against six rivals, rose to 81.209 from 80.914 just before the report. The dollar rose to 98.84 Japanese yen from 98.33 yen just before the report.