Here's what Charlie Rose said in a segment of CBS's 60 minutes titled "Amazon's Jeff Bezos looks to the future":
Bezos believes low costs ensure customer loyalty to Amazon, even if it's at the expense of profits. Amazon is one of the rare companies that on a quarterly basis shows little profit and yet is beloved by investors.
Is it also possible to use "loved" instead of "beloved" here?
Which is more natural in context? And Why?
Is there any difference between them, semantically and/or syntactically?