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The clash between CVS and Walmart marked a noteworthy and unusual public struggle over health-care costs between two companies with enormous reach. (Photo: Shutterstock)

CVS Health Corp. shares climbed after the resolution of a disagreement over pricing that led Walmart Inc. to cut some ties with the health-care giant earlier this week.

In a statement by the companies on Friday, CVS said Walmart will allow its stores to continue to participate in CVS’s pharmacy networks to provide prescription drugs to patients through commercial and managed Medicaid programs. Financial terms of the pact weren’t disclosed.

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