The Thomson Reuters/University of Michigan final consumer sentiment index increased to 91.3 in November from 90.0 in October, down from the preliminary estimate of 93.1.
"The data indicate that consumers have become increasingly aware of economic cross currents in the domestic as well as the global economy," the Surveys of Consumers chief economist at the University of Michigan Richard Curtin.
The current economic conditions index rose to 104.3 in November 102.3 in October, down from a preliminary reading of 104.8.
The index of consumer expectations was up to 82.9 in November from 82.1 in October, down from a preliminary reading of 85.6.
The inflation expectations for the next year remained unchanged at 2.7% in November, up from a preliminary reading of 2.5%.