By now there were 4 games and all were drawn. Should it not mean that Caruana should get points?
The exact workings of FIDE rating calculations can be found in the official rules. As you can see in Table 8.1b, a rating difference of 3 points (as is the case with Carlsen-Caruana) means that both players have the same expected score: 0.5. The value of ΔR, which is the expected score minus the result (in the case of a draw, 0.5) is therefore 0.5-0.5=0, i.e. no change in rating.
If instead their difference were 4 points rather than 3 (meaning that Carlsen's expected score would be 0.51 instead of 0.5), a draw would mean that his ΔR would be -0.01. With a K value of 10 (as he has a rating above 2400), his gain/loss would therefore be -0.01*10. In other words, a draw with a rating difference of 4 would mean that he would lose 0.1 rating point (whereas Caruana would gain 0.1 point).