REUTERS The National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) in the first two weeks of June 2019 bought US$237.8 million on the interbank forex market to replenish the country&#39;s international reserves. In particular, in the first week the NBU bought $102.7 million, whereas it purchased $135.1 million in the second week, according to the regulator&#39;s website. The NBU did not sell the currency over the period under review. Read alsoNon-residents increase investments in Ukrainian government bonds to US$1.84 bln Since the beginning of the year, the central bank&#39;s purchases of foreign currency have exceeded its sales by seven times, or by $1.323 billion, it said. As UNIAN reported earlier, the central bank in May 2019 bought $160.6 million on the interbank forex market to replenish the country&#39;s international reserves. The regulator bought $203.6 million, while sold $43 million during that month.