The state pension fund ended the fiscal year with a 5.23 percent return on investment, growing from $207.4 billion to $210.2 billion, Comptroller Tom DiNapoli’s office on Thursday announced.

The common retirement fund weathered a roller coaster swing in the markets in December amid broader concerns of an economic slowdown in 2019.

“The Fund’s value continued to grow during its 2019 fiscal year and remains well positioned to meet its long term return expectations and provide retirement security for our members, retirees and their beneficiaries,” DiNapoli said. “It was a tumultuous year in the markets that fortunately came with more ups than downs, including a swift recovery from December’s significant correction.”

The state’s fiscal year runs from April 1 through March 31.

The final pension fund value could change once returns are fully audited, the comptroller’s office said.