The government's index of leading economic indicators dropped 0.2 percent in November as stock prices fell and unemployment rose, the Commerce Department said Friday. The index fell 0.2 percent to 193.2 in November, after a revised 0.4 percent jump in October, instead of the previously reported 0.1 percent rise, the department's Bureau of Economic Analysis said. The change was due to a larger amount of consumer credit outstanding. The index has been seesawing month to month for most of the year. The drop was the largest since a 0.3 percent drop in September and gives signals of what the economy may be doing three months to six months down the road.