Utah's November Index of Leading Economic Indicators increased 1.3 percent from the previous month, according to figures compiled by First Security Corp. The increase offset most of a two-month decline, First Security chief economist Kelly K. Matthews said. Growth momentum in the Utah index was 3.9 percent in November, up from 3 percent in October. The National Index dropped in November, while the year-to-year change increased 1.6 percent, compared to .8 percent in October. Individual indicators in the Utah Index include new automobile loans, consumer loan delinquency rates, initial claims for unemployment and valuation of non-residential construction permits.