CVS Health Corp. CVS shares gained 0.6% on Wednesday in premarket trade after the chain of health care and drug stores reported a profit that was higher than expected and revenue well above estimates, but also cut its earnings forecast for the full year. The net income dropped to $2.14billion, or just $1.65 per share, from the $2.36billion, or $1.77 per share, of the previous period. Earnings per share adjusted to $2.20, excluding nonrecurring items and compared with the FactSet consensus estimate of $2.09. FactSet had predicted $80.79 billion in revenue. However, the actual number was $85.28 billion. Health services revenue increased 12.1%, to $25.88 Billion.