The services sector PMI jumped even more decisively to 54.1 from 52.8, also an 11-month high, while the manufacturing PMI edged up 53.7 from 53.5, instead of declining, as expected.
Said report triggered an outsized move in two-year German debt, sending yields higher by as many as six basis points to -0.67% at one point in the session.
Meanwhile, the flash manufacturing PMI fell to 51.5, in line with expectations, from 51.8 in October. Average prices charged for goods and services showed the biggest rise for more than five years as companies passed on higher input costs to customers.
There is no sign of Trump-induced hysteria in the Eurozone economy, as an important indicator of economic activity in the bloc's manufacturing and services sectors rose in November despite a slight slowdown in the German economy.
Meanwhile, average prices charged by companies for their goods and services rose for the first time since August of previous year, led by price rises in the manufacturing sector.
Stateside, the latest figures from the Department of Commerce showed that total durable goods orders grew 4.8% month-on-month in October to reach $239.4bn, dwarfing the 1.1% rise penciled in by economists.
IHS Markit said that companies are taking on staff at the joint-fastest pace since early 2008.
Business activity across the euro zone accelerated in November to its fastest growth rate this year, according to a survey.
"US manufacturers enjoyed a strong post-election bounce in November, further tilting the scales toward the Fed hiking rates in December".
The factory PMI climbed to 53.7, its highest since January 2014, above the poll median and October's 53.5.
Production increased for the sixth consecutive month and the November reading was the strongest since March 2015.