Soybeans were mostly higher, adjusting spreads, while ending the week with losses. Beans were back to watching weather, expecting the hot, mostly dry near-term conditions to have an impact on yield. Markets are closed Monday for Labor Day, pushing back several reports, including the weekly export inspections and crop progress and condition numbers. Unknown destinations bought 198,000 tons of new crop U.S. soybeans. That was the fourth day in a row with an announced sale of U.S.