Look for nonfarm payrolls to rise 215,000 in September, according to RBC. Analysts expect the unemployment rate to print at 5.1% Also today, August factory orders are out. St. Louis Federal Reserve President James Bullard speaks at an event in Boston. Hackers have stolen personal information belonging to about 15 million T-Mobile (TMUS) wireless customers and potential customers in the United States. The information stolen includes social security numbers, home addresses birthdates and other personal information. The hackers got the information from credit reporting agency Experian, which T-Mobile uses to check the credit of customers. Sprint (S) may be cutting jobs. The Wall Street Journal says it's looking to cut costs but the number of jobs that could be cut was not specified. Nordstrom (JWN) shares are higher after the high end retailer announced a special dividend and stock repurchase.