Massachusetts ended its fiscal year with a $116 million surplus that enabled it to increase its stabilization, or rainy-day fund, by 20%.

The commonwealth made $273 million worth of rainy-day deposits in fiscal 2012 to bring its balance to $1.65 billion. Colin MacNaught, assistant treasurer for debt management, said the net deposit exceeded projections of a few months ago by $115 million.

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