Some companies hope to get a business boost from the millions of people traveling to see Monday's once-in-a-century solar eclipse.
Using FactSet to look at earnings call transcripts from the last month for mentions of "solar eclipse," CNBC found that executives of the following stocks expect some benefit:
For car rental company Avis Budget, CEO and COO Larry D. De Shon said the eclipse was pushing rental prices higher.
"We have kind of a strange event this year," Shon said on the Aug. 8 earnings conference call. "We're just driving higher pricing in one specific week in the week of August and that's all around the solar eclipse, and those markets were driving quite a bit of rental activity that week. And so the pricing is very strong in that week."
Community bank First Interstate BancSystem has more than 120 offices in Idaho, Montana, Oregon, South Dakota, Wyoming and Washington state, some of the key places where viewers are experiencing the total solar eclipse.
"There is an economic windfall on the horizon, as Oregon, Idaho and Wyoming prepare to be in the direct path of a total solar eclipse in August that is estimated to attract somewhere around 1 million visitors to these three states," CEO and President Kevin Riley said on the July 27 earnings conference call.
"People from around the world are expected to travel here to see the event. In addition, we are hearing bookings at local airports for private jets are at maximum capacity," Riley said.