Last year marked the first time that overseas arrivals to the U.S. made up nearly 50 percent of all international visitors. The U.S. hosted a record 77.5 million international travelers in 2015, a 3 percent increase over the year prior. Will 2016 continue to break records? As of right now, it does not look like it. With a strong U.S. dollar and uncertainty in financial markets, fewer international travelers have come stateside this year. While international inbound arrivals in June grew more than domestic arrivals across the U.S.—the first time that has happened in more than a year—international visits will likely still weaken in 2016. Read more here.