Marc Benioff, founder, chairman and co-CEO of Salesforce, speaks at an Financial Membership of Washington luncheon in Washington on October 18, 2019.Nicholas Kamm | AFP | Getty ImagesShares of Salesforce soared 26.04% Wednesday, as buyers continued to rally across the enterprise software program firm’s robust fiscal second-quarter earnings. Salesforce reported adjusted earnings per share of $1.44 on income of $5.15 billion on Tuesday. That blew away analyst expectations of 67 cents earnings per share on income of $4.9 billion, based on Refinitiv. Salesforce mentioned in its report that its adjusted earnings had been positively impacted by mark-to-market accounting for the corporate’s investments. Salesforce’s general income grew 29% yr over yr within the fiscal second quarter, which ended July 31. The earnings beat got here only a day after the S&P Dow Jones Indices introduced that Salesforce would change Exxon Mobil within the 30-stock Dow Jones Industrial Common. Salesforce’s addition to the Dow will go into impact on Aug. 31.With Wednesday’s share transfer, Salesforce stock is up greater than 66.02% yr to this point, whereas its market cap sits at roughly $211 billion. — CNBC’s Jordan Novet contributed to this report.Subscribe to CNBC on YouTube.