We have Run-2 top quark mass measurements from CMS and Run-2 Higgs boson measurements from ATLAS in two channels and in one CMS channel (which tugs the global average up by about 0.09 GeV), but combined measurements including Run-2 results for neither mass measurement.
The Run-2 data from ATLAS pulls the world average down from the 125.09 GeV average from ATLAS and CMS combined based on Run-1 data alone, mostly because the Run-2 diphoton decay channel measurement at ATLAS was significantly lower than the previous measurement.
In all other respects the LHC measurements of the Higgs boson are consistent with the Standard Model expectation to increasing precision, which constrains beyond the Standard Model theories that modify the properties of the Higgs boson.
An error weighted average of the new Run-2 CMS data and the new Run-2 ATLAS data, with the Run-1 combined weighted average, yields a new average of 125.08 GeV with a somewhat smaller margin of error than the previous 0.24 GeV.
A Higgs boson mass of 124.65 GeV, which is notable because it would be the mass at which half of the Higgs vev squared is equal to the sum of the square of the masses of the fundamental Standard Model bosons, is still a value barely consistent with the Run-2 data to date within two sigma.