The state pension fund is valued at an all time high.

That's the word from State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli, who says the fund is valued at an estimated 160-point-four-billion-dollars, earning an estimated 10.38% rate of return on its investments for the fiscal year ending in March.

DiNapoli says the milestone value remains well-positioned for growth as the financial markets continue to gain strength.

He says fiscal year 2014-2015 will be the final year that employer contribution rates will reflect the market loss of 2008-2009.