In chapter 37, "The Rise and Fall of Stocks," what information do Albert and Monte Cristo share once Lucien leaves?

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Albert implies that Lucien has been manipulating stocks, and in his embarrassment, Lucien leaves, claiming he felt "ill at ease." The Count then suggests he will arrange a dinner party with the Villeforts, Morcerfts, and Danglars so that Albert may court Eugénie Danglars. The Count declines a dinner invitation from Albert, since he must dine with Major Cavalcanti and his son.

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