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Shares of Rite Aid (NYSE:RAD) gained 23 percent on Thursday. The firm elevated its profit forecast due to increasing sales at remodeled stores. In a statement, Rite Aid said that net income in the year through February will be up to 27 cents per share, versus a prior estimate of a maximum of 16 cents. The average of three analysts’ estimates compiled by Bloomberg came to 13 cents.